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WWW Wednesdays August 16

 

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 BOOKS JUST READ

Aug 16 just read

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CURRENTLY READING

Aug 16 currently reading

BOOKS UP NEXT

Aug 16 next

BOOKS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
FOR REVIEW

for some, no need of book blog,
Goodreads and Amazon reviews work

Merle – mystery

The Frenchman – mystery

Requiem in Yquem – mystery

Drawing Lessons – women’s fiction

CURRENT GIVEAWAYS

  August book of the month giveaway
available on France Book Tours

and for another chance of the same book:
The Secret of the Abbey

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Uncorked: My Year in Provence Studying Pétanque,
Discovering Chagall, Drinking Pastis,
and Mangling French

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That Spring in Paris

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The Crows of Beara

And this great book is only $1.99 in August.
Click on the cover to get it

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Remember also that on Monday Bout of Books 20 begins!
Great opportunity to meet lots of other book enthusiast,
share about your last favorites, and discover more!

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WHAT ABOUT YOUR READING?

Spotlight and giveaway: The Secret of the Abbey

Kathleen C. Perrin

on tour

August 14-25, 2017

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The Secret of the Abbey

(historical fiction)

Release date: June 3, 2017
Self-published at Langon House

565 pages

ISBN: 978-0692877975

Website | Goodreads

SYNOPSIS

After unwillingly leaving a comatose Nicolas behind on Mont Saint Michel in 1429, Katelyn Michaels is distraught to be back in the United States in modern times. When a series of remarkable events facilitates her taking up residence on the Mount and reveals why Katelyn was called as a Watchman, her fondest hope is to be reunited with Nicolas, regardless of the circumstances. However, when Nicolas unexpectedly arrives with a new mission for her, Katelyn is devastated to learn that his head injury has deprived him of any memories of their relationship. Nonetheless, she is determined to once again save the Mount—this time in sixteenth-century France amidst violent religious turmoil—and rekindle Nicolas’s feelings for her. The couple’s love and loyalty is tested as she and Nicolas attempt to unmask the true source of the threat¬—their adversary Abdon—sort out their conflicting emotions, and deal with the consequences of an astounding age-old secret.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kathleen C. PerrinKathleen C. Perrin
holds bachelor’s degrees in French and Humanities
from Brigham Young University
and is a certified French translator.
Besides being the author of The Watchmen Saga,
she has published several non-fiction articles, academic papers,
and a religious history about Tahiti.
Kathleen has lived in Utah, New York City, France, and French Polynesia.
She and her French husband have spent years
investigating the mysteries and beauties of his native country
—where they have a cottage—and have taken tourist groups to France.
The Perrins have three children and currently reside in Utah.

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Book review and giveaway: A Very French Christmas

A Very French Christmas:
The Greatest French Holiday Stories
of All Time

on Tour

August 8-14

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A Very French Christmas:
The Greatest French Holiday Stories
of All Time

(short story collection)

Release date: October 10, 2017
at New Vessel Press

ISBN: 978-1939931504
142 pages

Website
Goodreads

As you would know if you are familiar with French literature in general, the French cannot be described as the most optimistic people in the world. If there’s a yes, there’s always a BUT shortly after. This reflects as well in this collection of Christmas short stories, which makes it quite unique! If you want something different for your next Christmas, ask Santa to bring you A Very French Christmas: The Greatest French Holiday Stories of All Time.

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