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This week’s book giveaway will run for three weeks and is for the inspirational historical romance series, London Beginnings by Jennifer Delamere.

This was a fascinating look at women in unusual professions during the late 1800s. An actress, a doctor, and an artist are thrown into the city of London where they struggle to be true to their dreams and find romance at the same time. I really enjoyed this series.

You can read my reviews of the books in this series HERE.

Where can  learn more about this author and their books?

Jennifer Delamere, author website


Giveaway

To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Share something that is unusual about yourself.

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82 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: London Beginnings Series by Jennifer Delamere

      1. No not anymore. But I have a daughter in law who has two horses and I can ride her horses. She only has english saddles because that is what she rides and teaches with. Those are a very different sort of riding. LOL

    1. I love that Linda and I totally relate because I too am a SAHM. Just getting me last two through high school. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us.

  1. I was a farm wife and mother and then became a public librarian at age 41.

    1. How awesome Connie! I really admire that. I know it takes much education to become a librarian. Thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

  2. I have been married to the same man for 50 years this year and am blessed with 4 children and 10 grandchildren.

    1. At least they are living things right Emily? I talk to my computer which seems strange now that I say it. 😉 Thanks for sharing with us.

  3. For years I lived off the grid and 14 miles from the P.O. to get mail daily. I also hauled water from 14 miles away. I was a city girl up to the age of 50 and became country-fied!

    1. That sounds truly ambitious Sally. I’ve often thought of going off the grid but I am pretty sure I would stink at it. 😉 Thanks for sharing with us.

    1. I love that Faith. It just proves that we are never to old to live out our dreams, right? Thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

  4. I’ve come close to dying three times in my life but God still wants me here.

  5. I was one of the first female flaggers on road construction back in the 1960s when I was in college. My sister and I worked during the summer up by Yellowstone. We had our pictures in the paper and on the front of a road construction magazine.

  6. Hmmmm….. well the unusual thing that most stands out about me is that I an so extraordinarily ordinary. I wanted to be a cheerleader in middle school (we called it Junior High) but I wasn’t outstanding or loud mouthe enough. I wanted to be “the pretty girl” but I was simply the plain jane brown eyed, brown haired girl that talked softly.

    I did take ballet, tap dancing, and acrobatics for 5 years to correct my legs that had a problem. So maybe that is a bit unusual.

    1. Ah, I’m pretty sure there are a few people who think you are not ordinary Vera, including me fellow blogger. 😉 Thanks for sharing with us.

  7. I was part of a music/drama/puppet team that toured across the U.S. and Canada. I did this for 2 years and LOVED it!!! 🙂

  8. I had experimental surgery on my legs when I was 6. I missed most of 1st grade and had a teacher come into my home to teach me.

  9. I can’t think of anything unusual but I think working with children at an elementary school as a special ed para keeps me young.

  10. My grandparents were rancher and so was my uncle Dean Kibler. Two of his daughters and their families still work on and run the ranch in Montana.

  11. This is my 33rd year of homeschooling my children!
    Looking forward to your wonderful story!
    Linda Marie Finn
    Faithful Acres Books & Author Services

  12. My name is a combination of my mother and father’s middle names and it is unisual.

  13. I don’t know if this is so much unusual or not, because I really can’t think of anything else! But I am a tomboy through and through, even today. As a kid knee high to a grasshopper, my dad taught me how not only to fish, but dig for worms, bait my own hook, clean the fish and fry them up for dinner. I also loved climbing trees, digging in the dirt for worms and bugs, love reptiles of all kinds, am fascinated with different kind of bugs and critters, love camping (though I haven’t gone for years), and generally love most anything related to outdoors and “manly” stuff. I never learned how to hunt, but would love to one day.

    Thank you for the book series giveaway Loraine! I’ve not read anything by Jennifer yet, I know I would be in for a treat with these.

    1. That is so cool that you like all that Trixi. I remember helping my dad dig for worms but I drew the line at baiting my own hook. 😉 Thanks for sharing with us.

  14. Thanks for the wonderful opportunity to enter a great giveaway! Would love to win print copies of these books, especially since you are a new-to-me author, and also because I enjoy CF of this type. . .

  15. I chew most of my food on the right side of my mouth. Not sure why. I have done it ever since I was little!

  16. I’m totally unusual in many ways but one of them is I play seven different instruments.

  17. Something unusual about me–I still enjoy catching toads and frogs (releasing of course after a few photos) as an adult.

  18. A lot of unusual about me, but I shall only share the fact that I had blue eyes until a teen, then grey until I had twins and they have been green since.

  19. I just killed off a virus that has been in my system for 23 years! It’s wreaked a lot of havoc during that time, 15 years of non stop one health issue after another. We finally found it last summer and I’m so thankful to finally be feeling better! I still have a lot of damage that needs to heal, but I got this yet!

  20. I have acted in three plays with my former high school teacher. In one of the plays, he was my father and the other my husband. It was weird!

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