Sweepstakes Contest for Both U.S. Citizens and Non-Americans!

Penguin/Random House, my publisher, is running a sweepstakes contest from the last part of January, 2017, to February 17, in order to promote my new book, Someone to Hold, due out on February 7. It’s a fantastic prize:

–a Fortnum and Mason tea hamper
–a Royal Albert tea set for one
–copies of Someone to Hold, Someone to Love, Indiscreet, Unforgiven, and Irresistible
-a Mary Balogh tote bag

–oh, and five consolation prizes of copies of Someone to Hold,  Book 2 of the new Westcott family series–Camille’s story.

There is–or there was–just one catch! The contest is open to U.S. citizens only. This is always a huge frustration to would-be entrants from everywhere else in the world. I know–I live in Canada and have been a victim of of other similar contests. However, when I had a word with the people at Penguin/Random House, they were understanding and sympathetic and very willing to furnish an identical prize for a contest to be run separately on my Facebook author page for people who are ineligible for the sweepstakes. A huge thank you to them for that!

So….. Here is how to enter:

–if you are an American citizen, enter the sweepstakes here: https://sweeps.penguinrandomhouse.com/enter/mary-balogh-sweepstakes

–if you are a citizen of anywhere else in the world except the U.S., enter on my FB page: www.facebook.com/AuthorMaryBalogh . The contest notice is pinned to the top of the page. Leave a comment there that includes your country.

The drawing for both major prizes plus the ten consolation prizes will be made on February 17. Check back here or on my FB page then to see if you are a winner. Good luck!

8 thoughts on “Sweepstakes Contest for Both U.S. Citizens and Non-Americans!

  1. Thank you for giving us non-facebook people a shot at something like this. Went to the website and registered. Thanks again.

  2. Ms Balogh….I’ve not written a “fan” letter in many, many years….but I guess that’s what this is! I just wanted to tell you how much I’ve enjoyed reading your books. I just finished Someone to Hold. I wasn’t sure I could ever like Camille because of her treatment of Anna previously. But, of course, you have such a way of endearing your characters to your readers that I was very quickly in the “can NOT put the book down” phase!!
    Now I must wait a loooong while for Someone to Wed!
    Thank you for transporting me and all your readers to another time and place where we find the characters are not so different after all. We all share the very human emotions you so magically set to paper. Thank you, again.

  3. I have been enjoying many of your books. Thank you for writing about so many interesting characters, relationships and stories. I especially like how you weave the connections between families.

  4. I discovered your books only recently & have been enjoying them. However, can you tell me if you wrote a book about Lauren & Kit (I just read The Proposal)?

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