Giveaway! The Blue Rose by Kate Forsyth **Competition now closed**

Love, roses and tea…

I’m celebrating the release of Kate Forsyth’s latest historical fiction, The Blue Rose, by giving away this beautiful prize pack:

To enter, simply leave a comment below and a winner will be chosen at random.

Competition closes Friday 19th July at 12pm. Winners will be announced back here, in this post on Friday afternoon.

*Competition is open to Australian addresses only.*

58 thoughts on “Giveaway! The Blue Rose by Kate Forsyth **Competition now closed**

  1. A wonderful giveaway, Theresa! I’m now a huge fan of Kate Forsyth after reading her gorgeous book Beauty in Thorns. Love is Blind looks good too. And tea! I love tea! 💙 ☺ 🦋

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  2. I can’t wait to read ‘The Blue Rose’. Have just read ‘The Wild Girl’ and it was brilliant. I’ve just returned from Stratford-upon-Avon where I attended Kate’s workshops. She is an inspiration to any aspiring writer.

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  3. It would thrill me to pieces to win a copy of Kate’s new book, “The Blue Rose” as I absolutely love her work and knowing you have given it top stars proves even more how much I will enjoy it.

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  4. I would love to win The Blue Rose By Kate Forsyth and Love is Blind by a new author to me. I’m an avid reader and love reading and all Kate Forsyth’s books.

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  5. I’ve been salivating over the book cover on this one, can’t wait to dive into it. Thanks for the opportunity, Theresa and thank you for all your quality reviews, they are my guide.

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  6. I’m even more inspired to read Kate’s new novel after reading your beautiful review! To hear that The Blue Rose is your favourite since Bitter Greens – also my favourite, has me clapping my hands and counting down the days until its release! Kate Forsyth is at the top of my list when it comes to favourite historical fiction authors. I can’t wait to read it.

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  7. Yes please😀
    Fantastic review Theresa!!!
    Absolutely love Kate Forsyth’s novels!!!

    I just love reading,
    And a new book I’m needing!,
    Can’t wait to sink into this fiction fun,
    It has my sense of intrigue won!

    Thanks for another wonderful opportunity!!!

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  8. Thanks so much for the opportunity Theresa – I’d love to read this one!!! She’s a wonderful author and your review says the book is great – what more could we want 🙂

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  9. I have obviously missed heaps of Kate Forsyth’s novels as the ones that I have read were the three books in The Star Thorn Tree trilogy which were fantasy. From your review and my subsequent research it seems I have a to catch up!

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  10. I have obviously missed heaps of Kate Forsyth’s books because the only ones I have read were in the The StarThorn Tree trilogy which were fantasy for school aged young people. After reading your review and doing a little research it seems I have a lot to read to catch up on her historical fiction. The Blue Rose sounds like a good place to start.

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  11. How do I love thee…
    Let me count the ways…
    I love the cover of The Blue Rose
    and of course, Love is Blind..
    I love the T2, for two of course
    and I love the chance to read …
    especially another ‘sure to be gem’ from the amazing pen of Kate Forsyth… 💖
    Thank you.

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  12. I can not wait to read The Blue Rose. Loved reading your review.
    Only 14 more weeks until the end of term for uni and I will be able to read The Blue Rose. Counting down the days!

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