The Devil’s Bride Twitter Giveaway With Author Emma S. Jackson @ESJackson1 #Bookish

Today I have a special guest who wants to tell us about her Twitter Giveaway.

So, I need you all to have your tweeting fingers at the ready!

Please welcome Emma Jackson to BlondeWriteMore!

Emma is the author of the Best Selling A MISTLETOE MIRACLE, published in 2019 by Orion Dash.

I am THRILLED she’s chosen my blog to help shout about her Twitter Giveaway.

Emma, over to you…

The Devil’s Bride Twitter Giveaway!

This month my historical-fantasy-romance novel, The Devil’s Bride, was published by Darkstroke books and in celebration I would like to give away a couple of prizes which sum up some of my favourite gothic stories:

A DVD of the fabulous film Crimson Peak and a paperback copy of Daphne duMaurier’s Jamaica Inn will go to one lucky winner.

Crimson Peak

Jamaica Inn

In order to enter, all you need to do is:

Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/ESJackson1 and then like and RT my giveaway tweet which will be pinned to my profile.

The giveaway will close on 2nd March 2020, with the winner announced and contacted on 3rd March. (This giveaway is for UK residents over the age of 15 only due to postage costs & the recommended rating of the film.)

The chances are if you love the idea of this prize half as much as me, then my novel about ghosts & blood-thirsty highwaymen, curses & dangerous attraction, will be right up your street. It’s available in paperback, ebook for £1.99 and for free as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription. http://bit.ly/TheDevilsBride

The Devil’s Bride

England, 1670

No one goes near Edburton Manor – not since the night in 1668, when demons rose from the ground to drag Lord Bookham’s new bride to a fiery death. Or so the locals say.

That’s what makes it the perfect hideout for the gang of highwaymen Jamie Lorde runs with.

Ghost stories have never frightened her. The living are a far more dangerous prospect, particularly to a woman in disguise as a man. A woman who can see spirits in a time when witches are hanged and who is working hard to gain the trust of the most ruthless, vicious man she has ever known because she intends to ruin and kill him.

But when the gang discovers Matthew, Lord Bookham’s illegitimate brother, who has been trapped by a curse at the Manor ever since the doomed wedding, all Jamie’s carefully laid plans are sent spiralling out of control.

Author Bio

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Emma has been a devoted bookworm and secret-story-scribbler since she was 6 years old. When she’s not running around after her two daughters and trying to complete her current work-in-progress, Emma loves to read, bake, catch up on binge-watching TV programmes with her partner and plan lots of craft projects that will inevitably end up unfinished.

Her next romantic comedy, SUMMER IN THE CITY, is due for release in June 2020.

Emma also writes historical and speculative romantic fiction as Emma S Jackson. THE DEVIL’S BRIDE will be published by DarkStroke in February 2020.

You can find out news about Emma via her website http://www.esjackson.co.uk or on:
Twitter @ESJackson1
Facebook @EmmaJacksonAuthor
Instagram @emma_s_jackson

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Lucy Mitchell lives in Wales with her husband, her two teenage daughters, a giant labrador and a gang of unruly cats. Lucy is the author of the award winning blog, BlondeWriteMore and was a Featured Romance Author on Wattpad. When she’s not working or writing, Lucy can be found listening to audiobooks in a muddy field with her dog or sat outside her local pub in the sunshine enjoying a glass of wine. Her debut novel Instructions Falling In Love Again is OUT now and already pulling in some fabulous reviews ❤️

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