France Book Tours is celebrating
its first anniversary
on April 18!
France Book Tours has been thrilled to present amazing books related to France for a year.
To thank the authors who submitted their books and the bloggers who read and reviewed them, France Book Tours organizes a mega giveaway from April 18-25!
Depending on the number of entries in the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this page, they may give away up to 10 books, so spread the word!
The winners will be chosen on April 26.
Here are all the books available to win! Click on each cover to know more about it.
Please note what format the book is available in.
Note also that some books are only available for US/Canada residents.
If nothing is specified, it means you can receive the ebook or the print copy where ever you live.
Spirit of Angels = print + ecopy
Wolfsangel = print + ecopy
Becoming Josephine = print for US/Canada only
Unravelled = print
The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte = print for US/Canada only
The Paris Lawyer = print for US/Canada only + ecopy
The Mona Lisa Speaks = print for US/Canada only + ecopy
I See London I See France = print for US/Canada only
Paris, Rue Des Martyrs = ecopy
The Paris Game = ebook
Moonlight & Love Songs = ebook
City of Jasmine = signed print copy for US/Canada only
The Promise of Provence = ecopy
Nonfiction – memoir
Confessions of a Paris Party Girl = ecopy
AND THERE WILL BE 4 EXTRA BOOKS OFFERED
DURING OUR TWITTER PARTY!
April 23 at 5pm Central Time
Spread the word!
AND NOW PLEASE ENTER THE GIVEAWAY
BY CLICKING ON THE RAFFLECOPTER LINK:
Michelle at The Sunflower’s Scribbles is one of the three writers who agreed to carry on the Writing Process Blog Tour. You can read her post here.
Krystal Jane is one of the three writers who agreed to carry on the Writing Process Blog Hop.
Originally posted on The Narcissistic Rose:
Historical Fiction writer
Ruth Hull Chatlien
and the awesome
both tagged me in the Writing Process Blog Hop!
1) What am I working on?
A Dark YA Fantasy set in near future Bar Harbor, Maine. Or maybe it’s Paranormal…yeah, it doesn’t matter.
2) How does my work differ from others of its genre?
Because my work has me, that’s why. Lol! Basically, I call myself a hybrid writer. I like to take something normal and wax it paranormal. You know, throw a little blonde girl into a ring with the spawn of a union between the Lochness Monster and Frankenstein. Then I sit back and watch what kind of abilities she sprouts or what kind of genius she comes up with to save her butt and take the monster down. ^_^ It’s like taking Mary Lennox from A Secret Garden or Sara Crewe from A Little Princess, aging…
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Marc Royston is one of the three writers who agreed to carry on the Writer’s Process Blog Tour I took part in last week.
Originally posted on WIZARD'S WORKSHOP:
Q: What are you working on?
A: I am in the rewrite and editing stage of the first four volumes of Part One (The Flame Ignites) of my serialized novel, A Wizard’s Life.
A Wizard’s Life is an adult, epic fantasy intended for those readers who grew up on J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling and Robert Jordan but who now seek fantasy with adult themes and content. The series is the autobiographical account of a master wizard, Götling Hans Velsing, beginning with his discovery of his talents and extending through his apprenticeship. In the midst of a global war against an army of undead and the threat of the return of an ancient evil, young Götling becomes the last hope of the Empire. As the Inquisition takes over his home after he is accused of being a witch, Götling must also deal with the consequences to a…
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My blog tour with Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours is winding down, and I have two more reviews to post. There should be one more to come, but the blogger was delayed by illness, so I’m not sure when it will post. Given my own recent history, I certainly how important it is to get one’s strength back!
You can read a review at Let Them Read Books here.
You can read a review at The True Book Addict here.
Many thanks to Amy Bruno for her hard work organizing this tour.
I’d be very appreciative if any of you would publicize this:
Today, the Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tour is offering up two reviews of The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte, plus an interview and giveaway.
The reviews can be found at:
Ageless Pages Reviews
Historical Fiction Obsession
The interview and giveaway can be found at:
Let Them Read Books
Only one more day to go on this latest whirlwind tour!