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message 1: by Historical Romance (last edited Sep 01, 2020 12:36PM) (new)

Historical Romance (historicalromancebooks) | 4 comments I'm giving free promotion to historical romance authors on my website until the end of the year or Spring of 2021. I have approximately 5,000 in audience at the present time across platforms. Visit me https://historical-romances.com/.

Also accepting guest author posts regarding research on any of your books.


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James Lingard (jamesbat) | 19 comments The Girl Who Disappeared The Girl Who Disappeared by James Lingard James LingardPlease spread the word about my latest book. The audiobook has now been launched on Audible by Wordwooze Publishing in time to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War 2.
THE GIRL WHO DISAPPEARED is a fact based historical novel. Britain in the 1930s; a novel inspired by real events; eloping; WW2. Emily falls passionately in love with working class Walter, despite fierce opposition from her class conscious father. She resolves to elope to escape such a male dominated society.
Emily’s actions will see her struggle to survive the devastation brought about by the war, as she and her four year old son are thrown into the midst of danger and death. They experience rationing and the terror of bombing. Their air raid shelter is destroyed by a direct hit.
The Girl Who Disappeared is a moving love story about one woman’s enduring resilience, a story full of quiet humour and surprising twists and turns.
'Wow! What a good book' (Goodreads reviewer)
'James brought their lives to life' (Library Thing reviewer)
Details of the book are at:- https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07YMZHKS9 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...
The book has been featured in sixteen blogs including Sue Vincent's Daily Echo blog at https://wp.me/p1wss8-mS0
All the best, James Lingard


Historical Romance (historicalromancebooks) | 4 comments Fill out my promotion request on my website.


message 4: by PelicanFreak (new)

PelicanFreak | 6 comments Historical Romance wrote: "I'm giving free promotion to historical romance authors on my website until the end of the year or Spring of 2021. I have approximately 5,000 in audience at the present time across platforms. Visit..."

Amazing! Do you read/review? (I work for Monica Barrie.)


message 5: by James (new)

James Lingard (jamesbat) | 19 comments The Girl Who Disappeared
Please spread the word about THE GIRL WHO DISAPPEARED, a fact based historical novel. Britain in the 1930s; a novel inspired by real events; eloping; WW2. Emily falls passionately in love with working class Walter, despite fierce opposition from her class conscious father. She resolves to elope to escape such a male dominated society.
Emily’s actions will see her struggle to survive the devastation brought about by the war, as she and her four year old son are thrown into the midst of danger and death. They experience rationing and the terror of bombing. Their air raid shelter is destroyed by a direct hit.
The Girl Who Disappeared is a moving love story about one woman’s enduring resilience, a story full of quiet humour and surprising twists and turns.
'Wow! What a good book' (Goodreads reviewer)
'James brought their lives to life' (Library Thing reviewer)
Details of the book are at https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07YMZHKS9 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...
The book has been featured in sixteen blogs including Sue Vincent's Daily Echo blog at https://wp.me/p1wss8-mS0
All the best,
James Lingard


Historical Romance (historicalromancebooks) | 4 comments PelicanFreak wrote: "Historical Romance wrote: "I'm giving free promotion to historical romance authors on my website until the end of the year or Spring of 2021. I have approximately 5,000 in audience at the present t..." Sorry, we used to review books but it was difficult to get reviewers to consistently help.


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Grace Johnson | 13 comments Historical Romance wrote: "I'm giving free promotion to historical romance authors on my website until the end of the year or Spring of 2021. I have approximately 5,000 in audience at the present time across platforms. Visit..."

I'm extremely interested in this! Where on your website can I find a request form?


message 8: by Historical Romance (last edited Dec 31, 2020 06:39PM) (new)

Historical Romance (historicalromancebooks) | 4 comments https://historical-romances.com/book-...

Please no historical fiction genre. We are attempting to keep the site focused on the HR genre only. Thanks.


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