Upcoming 10th Blogiversary: on Twitter, Youtube, and comment

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As announced,
on September 29, I will be celebrating my 10th blogiversary!

Have you sent your answers to Game 1 and Game 2?
The Facebook game, the Instagram activity, and the Pinterest activity have not inspired you it seems, so I’m not going to do 3 more posts, and will put all the rest together here:

NOW PLAY AND SPREAD THE NEWS ON TWITTER, YOUTUBE,
AND COMMENT HERE

Here are a few activities you can do to earn points:

  1. Follow my Twitter account
  2. Retweet one of my book related tweets
  3. Share this post on Twitter
  4. Subscribe to my Youtube channel
  5. Like and comment on on one of my Youtube videos
  6. Leave a comment here, related to my upcoming blogiversary

PLEASE ENTER PROOF OF YOUR ACTIVITY HERE
BEFORE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

Reminder:
there will be 2 winners:
one residing in the US,
will receive a surprise package with 10 items (a surprise book + 9 other surprise items!)
one residing in any other country,
will pick 1 book among my 10 favorite books of these past 10 years,
and he/she will receive it through bookdepositery!
(That is the books featured in game 1)

 GOOD LUCK!

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Discover Michel Bussi

I had not done any video for a while, so I thought this format would be great to make you discover this amazing French author of thrillers.
The video is in English and refers to the English translation of his books.
So come with me and

DISCOVER MICHEL BUSSI

I asked a couple of questions in the comment section of the video on Youtube. I’m curious about your answers.

After I made this video, I also listened to N’oublier jamais – the English translation, Never Forget, will be release on Feb 14, 2019.
The book was smartly put together, with several plots and a cold case reopened for investigation. The end was totally unexpected, as usual with Bussi. I also liked the change of narrators. The main one, Jamal, addresses the reader, trying to convince you of his innocence. Is he the easy scapegoat here? A handicapped man with an Arab name and skin color, and working with mentally handicapped kids? Is he really innocent, and really was trying to help this young lady who ended up jumping the cliff to her death?

National Poetry Month April 2018

A blogger friend of mine asked me to do a video for

National Poetry Month

Here it is:

NB: click on YOUTUBE at the bottom right corner of the video to see the links I mention in the video

WHO’S YOUR FAVORITE POET?