Sunday, September 9, 2018

Giveaway and Spotlight of Victory for The Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell


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All information in this post is courtesy of Rachel Kennedy of Penguin Random House UK/Arrow Publishing.
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Celebrating The Release Of:

VICTORY FOR THE SHIPYARD GIRLS

by Nancy Revell

Penguin.co.uk
September 6, 2018
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Praise for THE SHIPYARD GIRLS series: 

‘A brilliant read’ Take a Break   

‘This author is one to watch!’  Sun

‘Nancy Revell knows how to stir the passions and soothe the heart!’ Northern Echo 

‘Well-drawn, believable characters combined with a storyline to keep you turning the pages’ Woman
 
The war rages on, but their friendship is stronger than ever.
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Why Readers LOVE Nancy Revell: 

A cracking saga set in the North East of England during World War 2. I LOVED it and became totally immersed and involved in the story. Can't wait to read the next book in the series’
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‘It’s a gut-wrenching and heart-warming tale of Sunderland women that’s true to life. Absolutely cannot wait for the next installment’
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‘What a brilliant read – the story is so good it keeps you wanting more . . . I fell in love with the girls; their stories, laughter, tears and so much more’ 
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‘Omg I really couldn't put this story down. I have loved getting to know the Elliott family and the girls that work in the ship yard. I can't wait to read the next chapter in their lives’
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‘How wonderful to read about everyday women, young, middle aged, married or single all coming to work in a man's world. The pride and courage they all showed in taking over from the men who had gone to war. A debt of gratitude is very much owed’
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‘Marvellous read, couldn't put down. Exciting, heart rendering, hope it will not be long before another one. Nancy Revell is an excellent author’ 
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‘This is a book that lets the reader know the way our ancestors behaved during the two world wars. With strength, honour and downright bravery. We shall never see the like again. I for one salute them all and give thanks to the author Nancy Revell, for letting us as readers know mostly as it was’ 
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About The Book:
The fifth book in the compelling saga series The Shipyard Girls by Sunday Times bestselling author Nancy Revell, The Shipyard Girls series follows an eclectic group of women who go to work in the Sunderland shipyards during the Second World War and their daily trials with love, loss and living through war.

Inspired by her own close family links to the Sunderland shipyards and her campaign to get the brave women who worked there during WWII recognized for their service.
Sunderland, 1942

With the war showing no sign of abating, Helen is thriving in her role as shipyard manager. But at home the return of her father brings a shocking discovery that tears her family apart.

Gloria is shouldering the burden of a terrible secret. If the truth comes out there could be dire consequences, and it will take all her resolve to resist the pressure around her.

Meanwhile Rosie is throwing herself into her work, taking on as many shifts as she can. Anything to keep her mind off the fact that she hasn’t heard from her sweetheart in month...

With life in the shipyards tougher than ever, will the strength of their friendship see them through to victory?
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About the Author:
Nancy Revell is the pen name of writer and journalist Amanda Revell Walton, who has worked for the national press for the past 25 years, providing them with hard-hitting news stories and in-depth features. 

She has also worked for just about every woman’s magazine, writing amazing and inspirational true life stories.

The Forgotten Women who helped win World War Two.

While land girls, the WVS and the many women who worked in the factories are often applauded, the part women played in the country’s shipbuilding industry during the Second World War is too often forgotten. 

Nancy is passionate about throwing a spotlight on these forgotten heroines – women who have never been commended for the hard, gruelling and dangerous work they did to help Britain win the war.
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GIVEAWAY:

I am partnering with Rachel Kennedy of Penguin Random House UK/Arrow Publishing for this giveaway.

Contest has ended.

Our winner is:  Pam

Congrats, and thanks to all who entered.

USA and UK ONLY

Print Copy

September 9 - September 16

Enter here
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SOCIAL MEDIA AND HASHTAGS:

Arrow Twitter: @arrowpublishing

Nancy Revell Twitter: @arevellwalton 

#TheShipyardGirls 

Link to Amazon - https://amzn.to/2PoTuB0  

Link to Watestones- https://bit.ly/2wskDfw 

5 comments:

  1. Good Luck, and thanks for stopping.

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    1. You are welcome.

      Good luck if you enter, and thanks for commenting, Kelley.

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  3. Thank you very much for this book spotlight and giveaway, Elizabeth! I will add this giveaway to my blog's sidebar.

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    1. Thanks, Suko, and thanks for commenting.

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