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Keith Van Sickle on tour: Are We French Yet?

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Keith Van Sickle

the author of
One Sip at a Time

will be

on Tour

January 28-February 8

with

Are We French Yet

 

Are We French Yet?
Keith & Val’s Adventures in Provence

(travel memoir)

 Release date: December 15, 2017
at Dresher Publishing

ASIN: B07L6N3JK7
157 pages

Author’s page | Goodreads

SYNOPSIS

Can Two Americans Really Become French?
Val and Keith turned their lives upside down when they quit their jobs and moved to Provence. But they wondered: Can we fit in? And maybe become French ourselves?
Follow their adventures as they slowly unlock the mysteries of France…
– Is it true that French people are like coconuts?
– Can you learn to argue like a French person?
– What books have changed French lives?
– Most important of all, how do you keep your soup from exploding?
There’s more to becoming French than just learning the language. If you want the inside scoop on la belle France, you won’t want to miss this delightful book!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

One Sip at a Time Keith Van SickleKeith Van Sickle
is the author of the Amazon best-seller
One Sip at a Time: Learning to Live in Provence.
A lifelong traveler who got his first taste of overseas life
as a university student in England,
Keith later backpacked around the world on his own.
But it was the expat assignment to Switzerland
that made him fall in love with Europe.
With his wife Val and their trusty dog Mica,
he now splits his time between California and Provence,
delving ever deeper into what makes France so endlessly fascinating.

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Patricia Sands on tour: The First Noël at the Villa des Violettes

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The author of
The Promise of Provence,
I Promise You This,
and Drawing Lessons,
presented on France Book Tours,
is back!

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Patricia Sands

on Spotlight Tour

December 15-January 15

with

The first Noel at the Villa des Violettes

 

The First Noël at the Villa des Violettes

(women’s fiction)

 Release date: November 15, 2018
Self-published

ISBN: B07KDXZDGM
206 pages

Author’s page | Goodreads

SYNOPSIS

THE LOVE IN PROVENCE CHARACTERS ARE BACK …
Everything was going so well in Kat and Philippe’s life together. Then suddenly it wasn’t.
Roman ruins delayed the work on the Villa des Violettes. The Russian drug gang might be back in the neighbourhood. On top of that, Kat had worked herself into what Molly classified as a full blown “Christmas conundrum.” Kat wanted the holidays to work perfectly as she blended a Canadian Christmas with a Provençal Fête de Noêl for the first time in their new home. Now she’d lost her confidence and, with it, the holiday spirit.
Philippe hoped a weekend trip to the famous Christmas markets of Strasbourg would solve everything.
As it happened, things were about to get worse.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

I Promise You This Patricia SandsCanadian author Patricia Sands
writes award-winning women’s fiction.
Her best-selling Love in Provence trilogy was drafted in the south of France,
where she spends time each year.
Drawing Lessons, her fifth novel,
was released by Lake Union Publishing on October 1, 2017.
The First Noël at the Villa des Violettes is the first in a new trilogy of novellas.

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on Twitter
or on her website,
where there are links to her books, social media, and the women’s tour she leads each summer in Provence, based on her novels.
She shares her love of photography on Instagram.
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Saturday, December 15
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Author Highlight: Keith Van Sickle

 

Author Highlight:

Keith Van Sickle

 

One Sip at a Time

One Sip At A Time:
Learning To Live In Provence

(travel memoir)

Release date: January 28, 2017
at Dresher Publishing

ISBN: 978-0998312002
192 pages

Author’s page | Goodreads

Can a two-career couple really pick up stakes and move to Provence?

Keith and Val had a dream – to live in Provence, the land of brilliant sunlight, charming hilltop villages and the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean. But there were two problems: they weren’t French speakers and they had full-time jobs. So they came up with a plan…

Follow their adventures (and misadventures) as they quit their jobs, become consultants and split their time betweKeithen two countries. Laugh along as they build a life in Provence, slowly mastering a new language and making friends with the locals over long meals and just a bit too much wine.

If you’ve ever dreamed of changing gears and learning what joie de vivre is really all about, you won’t want to miss this delightful book.

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