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Historical Fiction Reviewers Needed

cor_rotto_adrienne_dillardTudor Society member Adrienne Dillard has just released her debut novel Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey in association with MadeGlobal Publishing (Tim's publishing company) so we're looking for reviewers.

If you're interested in reading a historical novel, can read it within the next two weeks and are prepared to leave an honest review (and we do mean honest) on Amazon then Tim can send you an ebook file in any of the following formats:

  • PDF for use on your computer
  • Epub for general ereaders
  • Mobi for Kindles

Simply comment below saying what format you need and we'll pick the first 15 volunteers. Thank you so much!

Here are the book details:

The dream was always the same ... the scaffold before me, my aunt's head on the block. I stared on in horror as the sword sliced the head from her swan-like neck. The executioner raised her severed head into the air by its long chestnut locks. The last thing I remembered before my world turned black was my own scream.

Fifteen year-old Catherine Carey has been dreaming the same dream for three years, since the bloody execution of her aunt Queen Anne Boleyn. Her only comfort is that she and her family are safe in Calais, away from the intrigues of Henry VIII's court. But now Catherine has been chosen to serve Henry VIII's new wife, Queen Anne of Cleves.

Just before she sets off for England, she learns the family secret: the true identity of her father, a man she considers to be a monster and a man she will shortly meet.

This compelling novel tells the life story of a woman who survived being close to the crown and who became one of Queen Elizabeth I's closest confidantes.

Paperback: 312 pages (coming soon!)
Kindle File Size: 4084 KB
Publisher: MadeGlobal Publishing (November 4, 2014)
ASIN: B00P98760U
ISBN-13: 978-8493746476
Available from Amazon.com, Amazon UK and Amazon's international stores. It's also available on Kindle Unlimited.

Congratulations to Adrienne on the publication of her first novel, and what a wonderful novel it is too!

There are 11 comments Go To Comment

  1. D /

    Hello Claire,
    I would like to review this new book on Catherine Carey for you .
    Love Daniela

  2. F /

    Hi, Claire
    I would all so like to read this new book by Adrienne Dillard and give my honest review.
    Thanks
    Fran

  3. L /

    I like what I’ve read so far, has the makings of a really good book

  4. F /

    Hi Have been reading this book and so far i all so like what i have been readying.

  5. M /

    Sounds like an interesting read. I would like to read and review this book. Congratulations to Adrienne, on the first of many publications.
    I only wish I had the time to write a book, English history has so many untold stories.
    I will need a .pdf format please. Thanks

  6. < /

    Fran – I’ve sent you an email with the book. Thanks for your interest.

    Tim

    1. F /

      thank you Tim

  7. B /

    If you are still looking for people to review the book I would love to. It sounds good just from the excerpt above.
    I’ll take PDF format if it’s not too late.

    Thanks.

    1. < /

      Hi Brandi, I’ve emailed over the pdf for you.

  8. B /

    I’m in between books and would love to read and review this one! If I’m not too late, please send mine as a PDF file. Thanks so much!

  9. P /

    I would love to read this book on Catherine Carey if you still need someone els. I would need a PDF file. Thank you. Love the Tudor Society!!

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Historical Fiction Reviewers Needed