11 AprAutism Awareness and The Regency Romance Era?

The Autism Awareness Giveaway Is Over…
However, There Are Still Complimentary
Thank You For Stopping By Gifts Still Available…

Gift #1 Hand Shadows: A Sweet, Old-Fashioned Activity To Share With Children
Gift #2 A Musical Jigsaw Puzzle

Our Lucy Winner Of The Personalized PDF Of My Regency Romance Novel

A Very Merry Chase

Judy Cox

What does Autism Awareness have to do with Regency England…absolutely nothing, although there is some speculation that the first ever recorded case of Autism appeared in 1800 and was a patient under a doctor’s care during the Regency era.  However, all speculation aside, it is a very important topic that has-although not specifically diagnosed or recorded as Autism-effected a great many lives throughout history and continues to do so even today.  So when I was asked to participate in this Austism Awareness Giveaway, I agreed to do so, not because  I am qualified to inform or educate on the topic; but because I can help by providing gifts to help support the event and thereby to help it to grow and to increase public awareness.

And so in that spirit, I am providing two gifts just to say thank you for stopping by plus the opportunity to win a copy of my Regency Romance Novel, A Very Merry Chase to one lucky commenter.

Gift #1 Hand Shadows: A Sweet, Old-Fashioned Activity To Share With Children

Gift #2 A Musical Jigsaw Puzzle

Please leave a comment below if you would like to be entered to win a copy of my sweet, old-fashioned Regency Romance Novel, A Very Merry Chase.

The winner will receive a PDF copy with a personalized dedication.

Winner will be drawn via Random.Or.

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30 Responses to “Autism Awareness and The Regency Romance Era?”

  1. FHC says:

    certainly would love to win your pdf !! thank you for the opp :)

  2. Barbara says:

    Thank you for participating in the awareness and for the lovely gifts.

  3. Jessica Johnson says:

    would love to win the pdf of your book!

  4. Michelle Hofer says:

    thanks for the giveaway. Michelle

  5. Judy Cox says:

    Thanks for the gifts. Yes, please put my name in the hat for your pdf book. I already follow you on twitter @ladymagnolia99 and like you on Facebook-Judy Cox.

    Judy
    magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com

  6. Janelle Ashton says:

    My IT co-worker’s son has severe autism, hearing this dedicated father speak of his son & their family’s struggles is heartbreaking.
    Thank you for spreading awareness about Autism! Best wishes and thanks for a chance to win this giveaway!
    Chanticlear1(at)gmail(dot)com

  7. confrosh says:

    I would love to win :)
    Thank you very much for joining such a great cause :)

    confrosh,
    confrosh0@yahoo.com

  8. Marjorie says:

    My grandson has autism and being made aware of autism by so many book blogs is a wonderful happening.

  9. Memrie H. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Marlene Breakfield says:

    Please enter me for the pdf of your book. I love regency romances.
    marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

  11. Kris Summers says:

    Thanks for supporting a wonderful cause and for the giveaway. I’d love to own a pdf of your book!

  12. Gian Faye Paguirigan says:

    Thank you for this opportunity. I’d love to join.

    Gian Faye
    mynameisgianfaye *at* gmail *dot* com

  13. Tran Nguyen says:

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    ckaylie777@hotmail.com

  14. JessS says:

    Sounds great, thanks for doing the giveaway.

    jessicamariesutton at msn dot com

  15. Traci Goodwin says:

    Thanks for participating. i would love to win a copy.

  16. Laura L says:

    Thanks for spreading the word and for this awesome giveaway!

    weebeenoid(AT)cox(DOT)net

  17. Auqakuh says:

    Thank you very much for the gifts. I would love to win a copy of your book, thank you. I follow you on twitter as @rararomp.

  18. Thank you so much for participating to help raise awareness of the spectrum! And thanks as well for the lovely giveaway!

    knittingandsundries(at)gmail(dot)com

  19. Juana Esparza says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I’d love to be entered to win your PDF (book).

    jmesparza821(at)gmail(dot)com

  20. Mona Garg says:

    Thanks for spreading awareness of this worthy cause and for the giveaway.
    Follow on Twitter(@Kulmona)

  21. Allie says:

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!
    girl23rocks at hotmail dot com

  22. Christine says:

    Thank you for the giveaway and supporting Autism awareness. :)

  23. Chrizette says:

    Please enter my name as well for all the giveaways :)

  24. Shannon J. says:

    I can’t wait for my son to come home so I can show him those hand shadow puppets!! That is just too fun!! He has asperger’s syndrome so I really appreciate what you are doing!!
    I already have a PDF of A Very Merry Chase and am reading it and just loving it!! Whoever wins this is in for a treat!!

  25. Linda Henderson says:

    My grandson is autistic so I thank you for participating in this awareness blog hop. I’d like to be entered for all the giveaways.

    Facebook like as Linda Henderson
    Twitter follow as @BookOwner

    seriousreader at live dot com

  26. Sarah Bibi Setar says:

    Would certainly love to wein either gift , 2 or pdf.

    sarahDOTsetarATgmailDOTcom

  27. Elise says:

    Thanks.
    caliblue7 at gmail dot com

  28. Linda says:

    Thanks for participating in the hop and for spreading the word about autism. Love the giveaways!
    Lindadao2060 at yahoo dot com

  29. Laura H. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway and for participating in this blog hop! Count me in! I would love to read your book. I already follow via FB (Laura G. Henderson) and Twitter (MamaHendo3).

    BornajhawkATaolDOTcom

  30. Teresa says:

    Thank you for the lovely compliment.

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