Posts tagged ‘Cris Hammond’

July Book of the month giveaway winner

Random.org has spoken:

and the happy winner of

From Here to Parisis

CHRISTINE

at
Readerly Musings

Readerly Musings

Apart from winning this book,
Christine will be featured as the blogger of the month u
until the last day of August.
Please go visit her book blog!

And thanks again to Cris Hammond for offering his book.

Disappointed you didn’t win?

Why not buy yourself a treat?
Just $4.99 on kindle!

Recent giveaway winners

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This book received 5 great reviews here on France Book Tours. I highly suggest you to check them here below and read the book!

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 VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR SCHEDULE

Monday, July 7
Review + Giveaway at Mommasez…

Tuesday,  July 8
Review + Excerpt + Giveaway at
Queen of All She Reads

Wednesday, July 9
Review + Interview + Giveaway at
An Accidental Blog

Thursday, July 10
Review + Giveaway at I Am, Indeed

Friday, July 11
Review + Giveaway at
Musings of a Writer and Unabashed Francophile

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And we had 2 winners

Patricia
Esme

for

From Here to Paris

Visit Cris Hammond’s awesome websites:
www.rainbowsend-cartoons.com
www.crishammond.com

Keep in touch with him:
Contact page  |  Goodreads

This is a very fun and inspiring memoir that received also great reviews during the tour, just imagine, leaving everything to live on a barge in France! Perfect smart Summer read! It is also our July Book of the Month
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SYNOPSIS

This is the story of becoming suddenly unemployed, nearing 60 and being forced to face up to the fact that life is about to change drastically. It’s about discovering that your life can fall apart just enough to allow you to put it back together again in a whole new way.

This is the story of tossing the briefcase, cutting up the credit cards, selling the house and buying an 80 year old Dutch barge in France, then setting sail for Paris. It’s a joyful and funny tale of stepping off the beaten path to live a dream that you’d thought you’d forgotten: Living on a barge in the middle of Paris. [Goodreads]

VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR SCHEDULE

Monday, June 23
Spotlight + Giveaway at Literary Chanteuse

Tuesday, June 24
Review + Excerpt + Giveaway at Book Nerd

Review + Giveaway at Wildmoo Books

Wednesday, June 25
Review + Giveaway at The French Village Diaries

Thursday, June 26
Review + Giveaway at An Accidental Blog

Friday, June 27
Review at Lisa’s Yarns

Tuesday, July 1st
Review + Interview + Giveaway
at Books Are Cool

Wednesday, July 2
Review + Giveaway at Words And Peace

 

 

July Book of the month giveaway

This month,
we have an awesome memoir,
an invitation to quit the rat race
and enjoy every moment
on a barge in France!

Great to read in summer!

Click on the book cover
to know more about it
and to read each enthusiastic review

From Here to Paris

Just fill in the form below to enter the giveaway.

But if you can’t wait to read it,
you can always buy it,
the ebook is only $4.99

I will ask Random.org to draw 1 winner on August 1st


Good luck!

Remember
for each book you review or interview you post
for France Book Tours,
you automatically receive 3 entries into the monthly giveaway
to win the featured book of the month
OR a $15 gift card of your choice!

Notes:

* If you have problems entering the giveaway, please send me an email at france book tours at [gmail] dot {com]. Include in it:

  1. the title of the book you are entering to win – write this in the subject to be sure I don’t think your email is spam
  2. the email address you use to subscribe to this blog by email [after you enter your email address in the top right corner to follow my blog by email, you will receive an email confirmation. If you do not confirm, your subscription will not show as active, and I will not be able to count your entry in the giveaway]
  3. the url of your tweet of this giveaway, for an extra entry.

* when you enter a giveaway, I keep your email address only until a winner has been chosen and has confirmed. After that, I delete the form where your answers were stored during the duration of the giveaway. If you win and you email me your mailing address, I delete this email and its information as soon as I have mailed you the book.