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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: His Precious Inheritance by Dorothy Clark #bookgiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for inspirational historical romance book, His Precious Inheritance by Dorothy Clark.  You can check out my review for this book here (His Precious Inheritance book review).

Something I find so interesting in historical books is reading about old technology and thinking about how life is different now with the new technology that replaced it. Such was the case with this book as the typewriter was a new technology during the story. Since then, of course, the typewriter has largely been replaced by the computer. As a writer, I am very appreciative of both the typewriter and the computer as they make my life a little easier getting my stories on paper.  🙂

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Dorothy Clark, author website


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What technology have you found interesting from your historical reading?

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18 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: His Precious Inheritance by Dorothy Clark

  1. Besides Computers and Cell Phones. Microwaves and Dishwashers and Clothes Washers and Dryers.
    Lol pretty much everything Housewives and Stay at Home Moms need and use.

  2. I loved reading about how exciting it was for a train to come through a town. We have cars, planes, subways etc and take it for granted,

    1. My husband is a history buff and he loves to tell me about train stop areas in small towns. Thanks for commenting Deana. 🙂

  3. Can you imagine kids today doing math without calculators and other fancy gadgets. Thank you for sharing.

  4. The telegraph comes to mind when I think of historical technology. State of the art at the time but thinking of today, so primitive. I’ve read a book recently on the Pony Express and was amazed at the cost and the shortness of its “run”, no pun intended. We may complain of the cost of postage today but back then to mail a letter by Pony Express was astronomical.

  5. I just read a historical Christmas themed book talking about gas lights being installed in a house. The author included a note at the end of the book saying it would have cost the equivalent of $100,000 in todays world! Can you imagine? It was the first time I ever read about gas lights in fiction, guess I never really thought about it. A very interesting read 🙂

    Thank you for the giveaway chance, Loraine! I sure miss the historical line of Love Inspired, they were my favorite.

    1. I was disappointed about losing the Love Inspired historical line as well Trixi. I didn’t know about the gas lights – Wow 😮 – Thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

  6. I like the invention of the indoor restroom. My grandparents didn’t get and indoor tub and toilet util the mid 1950’s. the seat of an outhouse is COLD in the winter!

    1. Oh my goodness Vivian. I am reminded of the outhouse at my aunts house that we always had to use when we went to visit. SHUDDER! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  7. I am so Thankful for so many things microwave, computer, etc. This sounds like a great book would love to read Thank you for the chance!

    1. I read a historical mystery once that had a lot of information about starting an automobile with a crank. It made me really thankful for my push button start. 🙂 Thanks for commenting Nancy.

  8. I just read a book called The Hunger which was a rather gory tale of some pioneers who were trapped in a winter storm. They rigged up their wagons to make them as comfortable as possible during their travels. It made me so grateful for our modern roads, rest stops, and my minivan!

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