Sunday, October 23, 2016

Paris: schedule

Paris
a virtual book event
October 23-28, 2016

BON JOUR!

Paris, is one of those cities that oozes romance and adventure. It is a magical place that I want to visit every year if not physically then through books. Join me this week for a Paris themed virtual book event to celebrate this City of Light aka City of Love.

Schedule:
details and links will be filled in after posted
per usual links are also on the sidebar


Teaser
Paris Style
Waiting on Wednesday: Paris for One by Jojo Moyes
Paris Inspired Treats
Zombies in Paris
End Credits
Announcement of Winners

Complete list of books featured and mentioned:
there may be more... final list will be updated at the end of the event. Giveaway links will light up when available

An Alphabet of Paris Zombies:
When the zombie apocalypse starts in Paris, this is who you'll be running from
by Amy Plum
-Photos, Travel, Zombies
just released: September 16, 2016
Amazon | Goodreads

Inspired by Paris:
Why Borrowing from the French Is Better Than Being French
by Jordan Phillips
-France, Travel
Amazon | Goodreads | my review

The Little Paris Bookshop
by Nina George
-Paris, Books, Romance
Amazon | Goodreads | my review | giveaway

Love x Style x Life
by Garance Doré
Amazon | Goodreads

My Paris Dream:
An Education in Style, Slang, and Seduction in the Great City on the Seine
by Kate Betts
narrated by the author
-France, Memoir
Amazon | Goodreads | my review

The New French Couture:
Icons of Paris Fashion
by Elyssa Dimant
Amazon | Goodreads

The Only Street in Paris:
Life on the Rue des Martyrs
by Elaine Sciolino
-France, Travel
Amazon | Goodreads | my review -coming

Paris Sketchbook
by Fabrice Moireau, Mary Kelly
-France, Art, Travel
Amazon | Goodreads | my review

Paris Street Style
by Zoe de las Cases
-coloring book
Amazon | Goodreads



Die For Me by Amy Plum
Amazon | Goodreads

Until I Die by Amy Plum
Amazon | Goodreads

If I Should Die by Amy Plum
Amazon | Goodreads


V O I L A !

To start the event here is something to add to the France section of your bookshelves...

--~ Book Giveaway ~--

On Rue Tatin:
The Simple Pleasures of Life in a Small French Town
by Susan Loomis
-France, Cooking, Travel
Amazon | Goodreads | my review

Beguiling, aromatic memoirs of a cookery writer, settling in a small Normandy town, very similar in flavour to Under the Tuscan Sun.

The second house that Susan Hermann Loomis looked at in the small town of Louviers was perfect. Dilapidated, rambling, crumbling walls which were covered with faded paper, it had been a convent. So Susan, her husband, luckily a sculptor and builder, and small son, moved in – to spend a year and more, rebuilding, finding new hidden treasures of their house, and discovering their neighbours, and the life of a small French town.

Some of the great pleasures of the book come from sharing in Susan Loomis’ daily journeys: to the market, to the butcher and the baker, talking to the shop keepers and the teachers at the school, and meeting the clergy who tramp through their garden. As her son joins the local school, as Susan’s cookery work gets underway, so the reader is part of all the human – and gastronomic – experiences that shape this very French town.


WIN my review copy of this book!

Open to all.

Offer ends: October 31, 2016

TO DO: (2-parts)

LEAVE a comment about something you like related to Paris or France.

AND, leave your email.

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* image source: event badge cover of Inspired by Paris: Why Borrowing from the French Is Better Than Being French by Jordan Phillips

* What is a virtual book event? a celebration of books and authors that are in keeping with a theme which may include guest posts and giveaways. Audience participation is encouraged and most welcome.

2 comments:

  1. What a fantastic book. I would enjoy reading this, I have never been to Paris but I have had their croissant's! My favorite ♡ Thank you
    isisthe12th@gmail.com

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  2. I enjoy stories set in Paris or seeing books that talk about it's history or areas of interest. Love your blog event theme!

    I like the idea of following the story of a family settling in France and what it's like for them.
    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.
    sophiarose1816 at gmail dot com

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