Google+ Reading Teen: Reading Clean Spotlight and Giveaway on Waterfall by Lisa T. Bergren

Monday, August 15, 2011

Reading Clean Spotlight and Giveaway on Waterfall by Lisa T. Bergren


I'm really, really excited about this Reading Clean Spotlight.  I haven't seen too much about this book in the blogging world, so I'm hoping that this spotlight will bring some much deserved attention to this fantastic book.  I really loved it, and I hope that you do too!!  One thing that I really love about this series is that all three books are coming out in the same year.  What a fantastic way to put out a series!! 

Gabriella has never spent a summer in Italy like this one.
Remaining means giving up all she’s known and loved…
and leaving means forfeiting what she’s come to know…and love itself.

Most American teenagers want a vacation in Italy, but the Bentarrini sisters have spent every summer of their lives with their parents, famed Etruscan scholars, among the romantic hills. Stuck among the rubble of medieval castles in rural Tuscany on yet another hot, dusty archeological site, Gabi and Lia are bored out of their minds… until Gabi places her hand atop a handprint in an ancient tomb and finds herself in fourteenth-century Italy. And worse yet, in the middle of a fierce battle between knights of two opposing forces.

And thus does she come to be rescued by the knight-prince Marcello Falassi, who takes her back to his father’s castle—a castle Gabi has seen in ruins in another life. Suddenly Gabi’s summer in Italy is much, much more interesting. But what do you do when your knight in shining armor lives, literally, in a different world?
Thanks to Lisa, we will be giving away a copy of WATERFALL to one of our followers.  If you are in the US, it will be a signed copy, if you're international, it won't be signed.  Stay tuned as we will be participating in a blog tour where we will be giving more things away!

To enter:
  • Must be a follower
  • Leave a comment answering this: To what era would YOU time travel to? And what country? Why? (If you care to share!)
  •  INTERNATIONAL
  • 13 years or older 
  • Ends 9/8/11
  • Tweet/blog/facebook etc. for an extra entry!  (Leave a link)

Good Luck!

    99 comments:

    1. If I could travel back, it would be the victorian era. I would go back to England , so I could wear some of those big fancy dresses...But not during the summer though!

      ansindt@hotmail.com

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    2. If I could travel back in time, it would be the Victorian era for sure!!!! I think I was meant to be born then, back in the likes of old England. While I'm a part-tomboy . . . I was always fascinated by the big corset dresses and the handsome gentleman that follow. Only a girl could dream. ;)

      Erin W.
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    3. There are so many places I would love to visit! Probably 18th century France, just because there was so much happening, so many luxury and elegance and so many important changes.
      Thanks for the giveaway!
      GFC- audreyclair
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    4. Wow, that's a hard question for me....

      Victorian England would be one of my choices. Love the dresses.

      Another would be Ancient Greece. I love Greek mythology. It would be cool to see what it was like when the gods were the big thing.

      Last one I'm would pick (right now at least) is Egypt during the time of the pharaohs. Just sounds cool, in my opinion. (I like Egyptian mythology too.)

      Thanks for the giveaway!

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    5. GFC: Arianne Cruz
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      I would like to time travel to the time when people in England wore corsets so I can experience even just a day in it. :)

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    6. I would want to travel to the turn of the 18th century to 1) wear the awesome dresses, 2) find Jane Austen and tell her what an impact her writing has had on my life, and 3) make her tell me where the real Mr Darcy is. I know that man is real and it's my destiny to find him. (Hah)

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    7. It would be interesting to visit Ancient Egypt. Or even the time of the Mayans. I love pyramids and the mayan structures are just as beautiful.
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      Vivien
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    8. The Edo period. It would be so intense to see an actual samurai.

      GFC follower

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    9. I would travel back to Romanov era in Russia, Siberia and see if the Grand Dutchess Anastasia really did survive the family massacre and became Ana Anderson.
      Ive got a huge interest in the Romanov's and the great mystery surrounding them. :)
      tirnanog77@gmail.com

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    10. If I could travel back in time, I would go back to the beginning of the US and Squanto. We are reading about that in our homeschool here in the UK, and to see the Indians would be great.

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    11. I shared to Twitter as @mumoffunkids

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    12. I would love to travel to the Victorian era, because I love the dresses they wore back then :)
      xlacrimax[at]gmail.com

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    13. I would travel to the Regency Era with Jane Austen, the Scarlet Pimpernel and the Napoleonic Wars. :)

      Thank you for sharing!

      liedermadchen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    14. One era that has always fascinated me because so many advances were made then in so many different areas such as painting, sculpture, books, science etc is the Renaissance period and especially in Italy.

      I would love to be able to travel to that era.

      Thanks for the giveaway.

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      Carol T

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    15. I would love to be in NY with the flappers and speakeasies that would be so much fun!

      I tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/mel_91284/status/103060524861890561

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    16. Thanks for the chance. I really want to read those books!!!
      Tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/natcleary/status/103063766358433
      I dont know which era I would like to travel back to to be honest. I like this era we are in!!

      natcleary(at)gmail(dot)com

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    17. I don't know! On the one hand, I'd love to go to the regency era and meet Jane Austen & Georgette Heyer and enjoy the luxurious dresses then.
      But I'd also love to travel to the time of the ancient Aztecs and see their city when in all it's glory.
      And I love to see the 1920s flappers. Too hard a question!
      faefever25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    18. I would like to time travel back to the time of King Arthur and Camelot. I think that was a neat period. The knights, the king, and the clothing. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

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    19. I'd love to go to Jane Austen time because I love all the dances and dresses and relaxing. I think it's the 1800s? in England. Too bad there weren't showers, toilets, or deodorant. That would be the downside.

      I posted this giveaway on my blog! Clean Teen Fiction

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    20. The Victorian era. England. I don't know if it's all the Austen novels I read. But that era just screams passion and I want passion.

      If not the Victorian era, then the Trojan era. I have to see the face that launched a thousand ships.

      https://twitter.com/#!/ZoeRainDasher/status/103076201857421313

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    21. I'd love to time travel to the Antebellum South. Before the civil war. I love reading stories in that era.

      kcrochet002@gmail.com

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    22. No doubt about it, I would definitley love to travel to 16th century england. Right about the time where King Henry VIII was just marrying Anne Boleyn. I find that time period to be so fascinating. That or 12th century England.

      Im a GFC follower (Bookluver1208)

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    23. I would love to time travel to ancient Greece! Just think about the wonderful architecture and art - I would love to see it when it was all fresh:)
      jwitt33 at live dot com

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    24. I am a follower :)

      I would travel to 19th century Scotland. Just a place that I love and would love to have seen.

      lisasworldofbooks@charter.net

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    25. I would travel to ancient Egypt, I'd love to see all the ancient palaces and temples that were there once.

      Thanks for the chance!

      spamscape [at] gmail [dot] com

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    26. I'd love to go back to Jane Austen time. Whenever and where that is. It's really sad that I'm not sure. :P

      bluerosesheart at yahoo dot com

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    27. Oh gosh, this is very difficult for me to answer because there are so many eras I would love to travel too! I am not that big into fashion today, there are time periods that I would like to travel to specifically to prance (or not prance - since breathing could be difficult) around in huge, beautiful dresses. I would love to go to the victorian era. To be more specific, I would love to go to a fancy victorian era ball. I know it is kind of lame, but I DREAM about those balls. With group dancing where everyone magically knows the steps and looks awesome, and everyone has to be polite and talk all formally. I could really talk about this for too long of a time to be acceptable anywhere, so I am going to stop now. Haha, thanks for the giveaway.

      Britta

      ilikethesebooksblog at gmail dot com

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    28. I would love to go back to the Victorian Era.

      I am a big fan of the way they dressed,their architecture and I would love to meet Sir Arthur Conan Doyle .
      I am like the biggest fan of him!! It would be wonderful to see ,in person ,how Holmes lived !

      and don't forget Charles Dickens ! he is my second most favorite Author ! would do anything to meet such a legend :)

      These are the reasons why and where I would Like to travel back in time :)

      P.S. : The Third biggest reason would be their wonderful gowns !

      GFC Follower name : Ifrah Kamil

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    29. Sorry, forgot about my tweet,here is the link :

      https://twitter.com/#!/Twinklesmile023/status/103121126741393409

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    30. I'd go Victorian era! this is due to clockwork angel lol

      i'm a follower

      tweeted:
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    31. I would travel to medieval times and to England. I have read a lot about kings and queens etc. I would love to see it with my own eyes. (but I don't want my head chopped off lol)

      I'm a follower.

      Margaret
      singitm@hotmail.com

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    32. Oh man, there are so many amazing eras it'd be awesome to visit...I think, right now...I'd probably pick Victorian. It was a neat time, and the clothes were amazing. Plus I'd like to get a first-hand glimpse of Queen Victoria & her reign :o)

      I'm a gfc follower!

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    33. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/RivkaBelle/status/103130642656665600

      quarterback.girl[at]gmail[dot]com

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    34. I would love to time travel to the turn of the century US - it would be awesome to see how life really was here 100 years ago.
      rickimc[at]aol[dot]com

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    35. I would travel all over Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries. Especially Ireland and France.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/#!/poisnivyred/status/103143677114843136

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    36. I'd travel to Engalnd in the Victorian era.
      browneyedcutie95(at)gmail(dot)com

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    37. Victorian London! I would, of course, not actually want to live there for any great length of time, but it would be neat just to see! Or Victorian New York, perhaps.

      ayleejaine(at)gmail(dot)com

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    38. I really used to want to travel back to the regency time period in England. After having read P&P and all that sort of stuff I was convinced that there couldn't have been a better time. I mean fun dresses lots of parties and young gentlemen. Who could want more. Well then I sort of grew up a bit and now I think if I were to travel to that time I would more than likely be the chamberpot maid. And who wants that. Yuck! Plus, those same young gentlemen weren't always nice to the chamberpot maids. So now I guess I am glad to be here. But if I could choose to be one of the privileged I would still try out the regency period just for a small vacation.

      hopelovehappyendings[at]gmail(dot)com

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    39. I would love to travel to to England's Victorian Era. I love the fashion back then!

      hollyjolly89@gmail.com

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    40. I would travel to the London during the Victorian era. I just think it was the most elegant time.

      Findjessyhere at gmail dot com

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    41. Romanov Russia.. 'cause there are a lot of of handsome's prince.. with high status and wealth..

      GFC: frinda florentine
      tweeted: http://mobile.twitter.com/friendaflorentz/status/103108009395363840
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    42. I know this has been an incredibly popular answer, but I'd travel to the Victorian Era, probably to England. I've always been a history buff at heart, and I think it'd just be interesting to live in a historical era and country I've learned so much about.

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    43. So many place and time I want to visit for few days or so. I'd like to be in Paris during the Belle-Epoque in 1890's to experience the luxury and simplicity of life during that time with the technological and sociological innovation. I'd also like to visit the Ancient Greece to see all the temples in the full splendor. And of course the Renaissence period with all the fabulous dresses during that time. I just love to travel & I'll go every places/century if I can. =)
      gfc:blackplume
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    44. If I could travel back, it would be to the Victorian Era. Why? Because I want to see how they lived and I adore the clothes they wear! I would wear one of them now, but I'd look like a giant fool nowadays. So, going back in time, I'd blend right in.

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    45. Probably in the time of the Maya & Aztec civilizations, even ancient Egypt. I'd love to see how they actually built everything :)

      Thanks for the giveaway! This book sounds good, also I love Italy ;)

      sandric.sk at gmail dot com

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    46. Here's my tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/Sandra_s_Page/status/103384445654024192

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    47. I would love to travel back to the turn of the century! Slower pace of life and no pollution!

      mk261274 at gmail dot com

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    48. If I could travel back in time, it would be in Jesus's era.
      I would love be in the time when Jesus was walking in the Earth. That would be fantastic!

      Patrik Ruam
      www.garotoentrelivros.blogspot.com
      simplesmente-ruam@hotmail.com
      @maxfds

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    49. I would go to the mid 1800s to the early 1900s. It would be cool to see how the past lived and it would be an awesome experience!

      spicedice45@gmail.com

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    50. There are so many times and places I would like to visit, Victorian England, Heian Japan, Ancient Egypt, and many many more. I love history.

      jlynettes @ hotmail . com

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    51. I think I would travel back to the victorian era. I wouldn't want to go to just one country; I would like to visit as many as I could.

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    52. I think I would travel back to the victorian era. I wouldn't want to go to just one country; I would like to visit as many as I could.

      laughs4life14@yahoo.com

      Whoops! I forgot to put my e-mail in my first comment.

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    53. Definitely England in 1864--I'd love to meet some Regency-era women and talk to them about their lives.

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    54. If I could travel backin time , it would be the victorian era. I would go to England. I would LOVE to wear the gowns and corsets and all that

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    55. Victorian era in England! I want to experience wearing beautiful corseted dresses and meet guys like Will and Jem. :)

      sauvadeavelle @ yahoo.com

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    56. Hmmm...I think I would chose Renaissance England for one reason only: to meet Queen Elizabeth I. There's something about a woman running an imperative country in a man's world that speaks to me. I know that many books romanticize this time period, but in truth it is so full of history and ties to the founding of our own country. It would just be fascinating to experience (even for a few minutes).

      Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/thehodgenator/status/104014326544875521

      Thanks for the giveaway!

      Crys
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    57. I would like to go back to the Caribbean Islands in the 1600s so I could join a Pirate ship. (although I would probably pee my pants, but it'd be worth, cause I bet it would be real fun) plus just check out the number of romantic novels written about pirates, there should be some truth in it! haha


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    58. I would like to travel to era when Cleopatra ruled. I think that would be really interesting and I also love this era with pyramids and everything else :)

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    59. Thanks for the giveaway. I would travel to ancient Greece, about 500 BC.
      GFC Coreena McBurnie
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    60. Victorian Era!!!!! The elegance and beauty of this era is so amazing! Plus, because of the Gemma Doyle Series!! The scenery sounds so amazing!!!!!! Thanks for a chance to get this amazing book!!

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    61. I'd go back anytime, anywhere!!!!

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    62. I'm a massive ancient Egypt fan and sure, the hygiene of the time wasn't so great and there was no plumbing, but if I could travel to any time it'd be then. Just to see the brilliance of the Sphinx and the Pyramids of Giza in all their glory---it'd be incredible!

      Thanks for such a great contest, hugs!

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    63. If I could travel back in time, it would be to Ancient Egypt just so that I could witness the construction of the pyramids and the pomp and ceremony surrounding the burial of their dead.

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      Sarah
      sarah.setar@gmail.com

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    65. I'd like to go to the 16th century Italy, during the Renaissance. I'd like to witness the change and "rebirth" of Europe firsthand. And of course, I'd like to wear those gorgeous dresses! :)

      Sophia
      mashimaro401[at]yahoo[dot]com

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    66. I would go back to the victorian era because of all the beautiful dresses and stuff. I would go someplace like England

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    67. Medieval age I'll go to Ireland it's my long time dream XD

      kimyunalesca@yahoo.com

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    68. I have actually heard of this book and would love to read it. Anything with time travel and Europe!

      I would travel to 1700's Scotland and catch up with the Frasers of Outlander if I could.

      Added a link to my blog
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    69. I would travel to Egypt. To be a bellydancer ( I dance belly dancing hehe) or any other part of Europe in the gothic era. I love to dress as a gothic lolita and well I just like everything including the castles.. and of course the outfits. Ahh is a hard question since I love to travel.

      queen.jade09@hotmail.com
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    70. I would travel to England during the early to mid 1800s. I wouldn't want to stay but I so want to go to a ball!

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    71. I would love to travel to 15th Century, Scotland. I love historical fictions, and am fascinated with Highlanders. So, it would be cool to experience that lifestyle. Plus, it seems women were more worshiped or appreciated in those days.

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    72. I would want to go back to the medieval times in England so I can see all the castles and shiny knights in armor. :)

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    73. I would love to go back to the times of King Arthur and Camelot. I love that time period. Knights in Shiny Arms and beautiful gowns. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this series. Tore923@aol.com

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    74. I am torn between going back to the 18th century and finding a Mr. Darcy & in Greek Mythology, The Rise of the Gods era... weird but interesting to me... I enjoy both of those, therefore I can't decide which one...

      rdyoss@yahoo.com

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    75. I like the 18th century time period and I'd want to go to London. Okay, does it sound like I'm popping in on Clockwork Angel? Well, yeah but that's a good thing!

      valerie(at)stuckinbooks.com

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    76. I would like to go back to when ancient greek gods are formed. To see the history of the gods and witness them interact with mortals.

      thebookish96(at)gmail.com

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    77. Just read the review for this book on your blog and it sounds really good! I'd love to try it! Personally, I'm fascinated with ancient Greece, so if I could, I would travel to Athens in 500 B.C.

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    78. Ooops, forgot my email. It's melocin94@aol.com

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    79. I would travel to Regency England, some of my favorite books take place during this time frame and I would love to see it first hand.

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    80. Hmmm... If I could go back in time I think I'd pay a visit to the Victorian Era. I know it's such a cliché and I know it probably wasn't all that glamorous if you consider the lack of medicine and higine and knowledge we have today and I probably wouldn't live long without electricity, but still. The balls, the gowns, the courts, the high society intrigue- Uhhhh, all very exciting =D

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    81. I'd love to see the vikings in real life. So that would be, what? 10th century, Ireland? Perfect. *-*
      thanks for the chance!

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    82. twitter follower @_eHope
      will also request friend follow at gdrds as writer...
      To what era would YOU time travel to?
      Jane Austen's era
      And what country? the UK
      Why? the elegance and beauty!!

      today begins a Waterfall readalong and discussion if you're interested
      i've posted a page for my participation & info... would luv the win '')

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    83. @_eHope tweeted
      https://twitter.com/#!/_eHope/status/109050571985649664

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    84. I think I would like to time-travel back to Regency England!

      Thanks for the giveaway!

      chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

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    85. If I could travel back in time I would like to go in Ancient Greece. I'm from Greece and I would like to learn/see about our civilization, our past from close. I'm very curious about it.
      I shared it on FB: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522821560
      Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    86. I would go to Japan. The time? The Meiji Period. Why? There's a lot of reasons but I think that the main one is that I would love to have the chance to understand the fiercely loyalty and companionship of the samurais.

      Thanks for the opportunity!

      Alaiel
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    87. I would have to say London 18th century. Just because. I'd like to see how it was back then with my own eyes. It would be pretty cool!!

      Thanks for the giveaway.
      I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/Giselleco/status/110668013384118273
      I'm a GFC follower

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    88. Oops I forgot to enter my GFC name: Giselle Cormier
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    89. i would love to travel back to England in the 1800s! the romanticism of the Victorian era is just so captivating, with the big dresses, the corsets, the balls, etc. Although, i'd love to visit the early decades of the 1900's in the US.

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    90. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/Icecream1891/status/110775554533371904

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    91. I would travel back to ancient Egypt, always had a fascination with that culture. edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom GFC Krystal Larson Thank you so much!

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    92. I would love to travel to the Renaissance Era. I would go to Venice, Italy just so I could attend a Masquerade Ball!

      miss.smileygirlie(at)gmail(dot)com

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    93. I would love to go back to the Samurai period in Japan and see for myself how they live their lives.

      Yen
      aonoexorcists at gmail dot com

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    94. I would definitely want to travel back to the late 1800's/early 1900's. I would love to see Ancient Egypt as well.

      erikadlugo AT yahoo . com

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    95. I would love to travel to the Regency Era in the United Kingdom. I've always been fascinated by it.

      GFC: Jennie

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    97. I don't know because is so much places and times which I want to see.
      Victorian era, ancient Greece, ancient Egypt... So it's very hard question for me :)

      Eby
      Eby.book@seznam.cz

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    98. I'm a follower!! I would want to travel to the dark ages. :) That would be tons of fun... or possibly dangerous but exciting nonetheless. smithlinda60(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    99. This is such a hard question. First of all, all I can think of about traveling back in time are the caste systems and what if I wasn't "allowed" to see and do everything that I wanted to because of my caste or gender for that matter. Women haven't been treated the greatest thoughout time. For that reason one of the first thoughts that popped into my head was 1940s United States just to experience our country when it was truly great and we had so much national pride. But then again I hate the racism in the South of Blacks and of the Japanese during the war etc. so I'm not sure how much I would have liked that. I grew up in Idaho and have always had an affinity of the stories of the Native Americans and the Wild West so that might be cool as well, but the treatment of the "Indians" was horrific too. Then I saw someone else's answer of going back to the time of Jesus, that would be so awesome to even just catch a glimpse of Him that it might be worth whatever injustices were happening just for that one moment in time. Did I make this difficult enough...HA!

      desij_73@hotmail.com

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