March Bookmail Giveaway


Good Afternoon dear readers, 

It is once more that time of the month when I share with you the lovely books I received via mail throughout the previous month, and I am happy to say that March brought more books than February, so there is a wider range of books from which you can choose 🙂 

If you’re new to this type of post, I’ve decided to offer on a monthly basis an ebook copy of one of the books I’ve received through the mail during that specific month to one reader. So far two readers already received copies of The Price of Pride by Abigail Reynols and Nine Ladies by Heather Moll. 

To apply to this month’s giveaway all you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling me you’re interested. This is becoming a cool tradition and one of my favorite posts of the month 🙂

I’ve received 3 Austenesque books and bought a few non-austeneque books myself. In fact, they are nonfiction and I am looking forward to reading them too. Lately I have been feeling the need to read different things, instead of just regency romances and the balance I’ve found seems just right. This way I don’t get tired of the romance stories, get to read different styles and broaden my knowledge 🙂 I’m currently reading Brave New World from Aldous Huxley and loving it!

But I digress…going back to our giveaway, during March I received the below books in the mail, and the winner may choose an ebook copy of one them:


The Recovery of Fitzwiliam Darcy by Lucy Marin – Source: Gift from publisher

Dangerous Magic by Monica Fairview – Source: Gift from author

Dare to Refuse Such a Man by Mary Smythe – Source: Gift from publisher

Direito a Ofender (Portuguese Edition) by Mick Hume – Source: Purchased

Woke (Portuguese Edition) by Tatiana Mcgrath – Source: Purchased

A Célebre Rã Saltadora do Condado de Calaveras | Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (Portuguese Edition) – Source Gift from publisher



Good Luck Everyone!


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41 responses to “March Bookmail Giveaway

  1. Ginna

    Oh, Rita, I am very interested in “Dangerous Magic” by Monica Fairview. Thank you for offering your generous giveaway.


  2. Quite an interesting mix you have there this month!
    How are you liking Brave New World? It’s been on my TBR for ages but I being being sidetracked by your recommendations ahahah


    • I’m liking it so far, it’s a bit different from HBO’s adaptation, but more interesting I would say. I’m only in the begging though, so I’ll let you know what I thought in about a week 🙂 Good Luck in the giveaway!


  3. Reading various fiction genres and non-fiction helps me keep from getting burned out on specific types of books, too. Glad you’re enjoying your books latest. I’ve read Dangerous Magic and loved it.

    Happy Easter, Rita!
    Please don’t put me in the giveaway.

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  4. Some really good selections this month. Thanks so much for continuing these monthly giveaways, it’s very generous of you!

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  5. Glynis

    As you know I don’t qualify for the giveaway but I just have to comment!
    I did read Dare to Refuse Such A Man as it was posted and really enjoyed it so I look forward to getting a copy of that and the other two P&P books.
    I’m gradually starting to work my way through the possibly angsty books on my kindle with loved rereads in between, so I will get round to buying more soon.
    I’m still quite happy with my Darcy and Elizabeth stories so will continue with those but good luck with your reading Rita! (Over the years I’ve read many different genres including sci fi, horror, romance, mystery, in fact I think I read most novels in my local and in my school library apart from Westerns!)


    • I’m so happy to get your feedback on Dare to Refuse Such a Man Glynis! I was struggling to know in which position I should put it in the TBR, but with your encouraging comment, I think it will be read during this month 🙂


  6. J. W. Garrett

    Rita, what a wonderful post. You are so generous. Special thanks to the authors and publishers for helping in this giveaway. Yeah! I would be happy to get any of the [3] English language books. I have read them as an ARC and would love to have a copy for my personal library. Good luck to all in the drawing, stay safe, and healthy, everyone.


  7. Robin G.

    Hello, Rita, I like to balance my Austenesque reads with history and biographies. I am currently reading “The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris” by David McCullough and “The Romanov Sisters” by Helen Rappaport. I am also thinking about going through my old pile of Regency paperbacks this summer and re-reading my favorites. I am interested in the giveaway, and thank you for doing it.

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    • Thank you for stopping by Robin, and for letting me know you also read other genres, it makes me feel less alone 🙂 I have nevver read a biography before, but it is something that is starting to sound more appealing to me nowadays. Good Luck in the giveaway.


  8. What a nice idea! I’m interested in Dangerous Magic as I’ve already read the other two P&P variations.

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  9. Thank you for this monthly offer. Please include me in the drawing. Interested in the P & P variations, top on my list is the Dangerous Magic. (unfortunately i do not know Portugese). Thank you again and happy Easter to All! Be blessed and Be safe!

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  10. sheilalmajczan

    I have read all three of the English books. Good luck to all. Stay safe. Hope everyone’s holiday was safe and blessed.

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  11. Kim P.

    Lots of great choices! Thanks for the chance to win. In March I read nothing but Regency romance and retellings, and it was great, but I understand the need to read something different. I read Brave New World ages ago and remember liking it.


  12. This is such a fun idea! I just came across and am loving your blog! Please include me in the drawing. I am interested in the English P&P variations. Have a great week!

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  13. Lois

    You are so generous to make these monthly offers. I’d be interested in Dangerous Magic or The Recovery of Fitzwilliam Darcy. I don’t read Portuguese, unfortunately.


    • I am also very lucky to receive some gifts from authors and publishers Lois, so why not share the love? Plus, I find these posts to be some of the best to discuss what people would like or would not like to read, they always generate cool discussions 🙂 Good Luck!


  14. I love “Brave New World”!!! Let us know what you think when you finish it!
    I’d love any of the three English books–as a no Portuguese speaker. 😉
    I have to admit that “Dangerous Magic” is making quite a stir lately!
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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    • I am still half way through because with lower restrictions in place now I am reading less and socializing more but I am liking it. It is very different from the tv show, and I think it is better in some ways, but I I’ll let you know my final opinion once I finish it 🙂 Good Luck in the giveaway Alexandra.


  15. Jennifer Redlarczyk

    I would be interested in The Recovery of Fitzwilliam Darcy. Thanks so much for your giveaway.

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  16. TC

    Thank you for this giveway, Rita. It is fun to see what you have each month. I am planning to read all of those English books at some point but would choose Lucy Marin’s book if I were to win this time.

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    • It is also fun to share it here because it is always interesting to see which ones people would prefer to read first. This is definitely a tradition to keep up with. Good Luck in the giveaway TC 🙂


  17. KateB

    If I’m lucky I would love to get either Recovery of Fitzwilliam Darcy or Dare to Refuse Such a Man. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  18. evamedmonds

    Thank you for this lovely monthly giveaway. I would like to read Dangerous Magic. I am not usually a fan of magic and mages, but the forced marriage premise sounds fantastic and the book intrigues me.


  19. What a Fun idea! If I were to win, I would love to read Dangerous Magic (I’ve read and enjoyed the other Austenesque titles). Thanks for giving us this opportunity, it is unique!

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    • I am loving it Lynn, it is always fun to see people’s reactions to the books I am getting. In April I have only received one so far, but lets see… Good Luck in this month’s giveaway 🙂


  20. Thank you for making this a monthly giveaway, Rita. I would love to have Dare to Refuse such a Man as I already have the other 2 Austenesque novels. I can’t read Portuguese so Mary Smythe’s debut novel is the obvious choice.

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