Thursday, May 16, 2013

Bright Young Things series by Anna Godbersen

“All really interesting girls invent themselves.”
― Anna Godbersen, Bright Young Things


MEET Astrid:

Bright Young Things
by Anna Godbersen

From bestselling author Anna Godbersen comes the Bright Young Things series set in the last breathless days of Gatsby’s Roaring Twenties.

The year is 1929, and New York is ruled by the Bright Young Things: flappers and socialites chasing their dreams. Letty Larkspur and Cordelia Grey have escaped their small Midwestern town for the glittering city. Letty wants to see her name in lights, and Cordelia is searching for the father she’s never known. But overnight, they enter a world more thrilling, glamorous and dangerous than they ever could have imagined. It’s a life anyone would kill for . . . and someone will in this thrilling, romantic, page-turner.


MEET Cordelia

Beautiful Days
by Anna Godbersen

In this second installment, flapper Cordelia Grey and aspiring Broadway star Letty Larkspur spend their days at the lush long island estate of Cordelia’s notorious father, and their nights at Manhattan speakeasies. With socialite Astrid Donal by their side, their lives are as breathless and thrilling as the last brilliant days of the Roaring Twenties, but the games they play are getting dangerous.


MEET Letty

The Lucky Ones
by Anna Godbersen

Follow a gangster’s daughter named Cordelia Grey just as her high-flying romance with celebrity aviator Max Darby hits some nail-biting turbulence. Feel the heat of the spotlight as triple threat Letty Larkspur becomes the most gossiped about ingénue in Hollywood. And walk in the perilous stilettos of socialite Astrid Donal when she finds herself spending more time with her bootlegger husband’s henchmen than with him.

As the sizzling summer of 1929 reaches its hottest peak, these sun-kissed girls will find out if their luck can last . . . or if the dark clouds on the horizon are about to rain on their anything-goes parade.

--~ Book Giveaway ~--

WIN a copy of ONE of these - winner's pick (print or ebook)!

Open to all.

Offer ends: May 31, 2013

TO DO: (2 parts)

SPEAK Flapper to me, visit the 1920’s Slang Dictionary.

RETURN here and leave a comment using at least one of the words from the slang dictionary.

AND, leave your email (if I don't already have it)


Contest has ended - winner is here



_.oO0- Flappers at Floyd's schedule -0Oo._


  1. Its time for me to take a powder after putting away the giggle juice.

    That dictionary is a hoot. Love it! Its like reading a foreign language in a way. We still use some of it too.

    sophiarose1816 at gmail dot com

  2. This contest is the cat's pajamas!
    (not an entry)

  3. How fun that a 'grand' still lingers today in our conversation. Well, now I'm going to nibble one and check out the rumble.

  4. So much fun.

    The boozehound was such a boob, hopefully a stay in the big house would sort him out.


  5. Come on baby... you know you're my big cheese :) Let's blow this joint!


  6. This series sounds swell! Great giveaway, gal! ;D

  7. I really want to "barber" about books.:D

  8. What a great list of words! I think "Have the Bees" is an interesting way to say "to be rich".

  9. I think your blog is the Bee's Knees! :P

    leannessf at gmail dot com

  10. We are gonna "blow one down" today, mate! xD

  11. This contest idea is the bee's knees!

    LOL. I love this.


    Thanks so much for the giveaway! (And I think I'm going to bookmark that dictionary! haha!)

  12. "Babe, that boozehound is off the track. It's time to dust out of here!"

    This contest is swell. :)
    Thank you!


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    1. Those were the best Glad rags, one has ever seen on someone whose not quite use to wearing them.
      And this contest really is the bee's knees.


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