Wednesday, January 30, 2013

She Likes It!

In December, I had a giveaway of my novel The Summer of France. Jacqui at French Village Diaries won the book. She finished reading and wrote a review on her blog post today.
I hope you'll stop by and take a look at her kind words. And, maybe leave a message so I don't feel like I'm all alone in the publishing/blogging world. Hello? Echo, echo.
Jacqui also think did a bang-up job summarizing my book.  I may have to hire her on as a query letter writer or a back cover writer.
If you still haven't read my book and  you're a member of Goodreads, you can sign up to win a paperback copy in another giveaway. Just click to enter. The contest goes through Feb. 15. I'd also love to be your friend on Goodreads if you want to add me.
And, as an added bonus, here's a photo from Provence, the little village of Arles.

Earl and I stayed in Arles one night during our Provence bike trip. This is the Cafe Van Gogh. Love the color of the buildings and the chairs. Wish I were sitting there in the sun, having a glass of wine with all of you.

5 comments:

June said...

Ohhh....I'd love to win this book. I love anything to do with France - the countryside, the architecture, the history, the food, the language, the fashion, the cafes, the wine...I was there about 12 years ago, and I miss it terribly and want so much to return.

Can I enter this giveaway competition even though I don't do the Facebook thing, and even though I'm not in the US? I hope so. I'd really love to win it. Thanks for the chance to try my luck.

Paulita said...

June, You can win it if you're in the U.S., Canada, UK or Australia. I'm not sure why it's limited to those countries. Just make an account on Goodreads, which, if you love books, you'll enjoy too. Thanks for visiting.

Linda said...

I thought Arles was such an interesting city. I wouldn't mind sitting at a table at that café either.

Jacqueline Brown said...

It was a lovely book to read and review, thanks for the shout out here Paulita. If you have anything else in the pipeline I would love to get my word-hungry eyes on it too, you have a great writing style.

Esme said...

I so want to win a copy of your book-thank you for telling me about this.

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