Spring Book Giveaway

Two are better than one: I am offering readers a chance to win a personally-signed paperback book (in English) :  your choice of either:

“Solitary Desire – One Woman’s Journey to France” (original cover)


“Sun, Sea & Savoir-Faire – A Travel Focus”

Just enter a comment below, stating which paperback you would like to have and why.  Two winners’ names (one winner for each book) will be drawn randomly on April 1st & Non, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke  (Poisson d’Avril)!

Bonne chance!



(from a random drawing on April 1st)

amazon coverpaperback cover SSS

Each book’s trailer video can be viewed by clicking on the sidebar corresponding book cover image & reviews can be read on Amazon.

12 thoughts on “Spring Book Giveaway

  1. cteachr says:

    Solitary Desire would be my choice if I win. I think it would be wonderful to follow my dream a move to the ocean or the sea.

  2. I think I would opt for Sun, Sea & Savoir-Faire as I am trying to write a little travel fiction myself!

    • Thanks – SS & S is an insider’s guidebook, not fiction, so please feel free to stick with it or change your selection, if inclined (sorry for the misunderstanding).

  3. Anne Marie says:

    Soleil, mer et savoir faire parce que j’ai déjà lu l’autre.

  4. Solitary Desire for sure. Read the excerpts and so many connections with my own life. A mother who made me take typing (even though I eventually got a Ph.D.)…oh, ye of little faith. An early fascination with France and the language…coming from that same mother! And passing the love of France on to my daughter and granddaughters. To hear my four-year-old granddaughter rattling on in perfectly accented French is the ultimate proof that dreams can be fulfilled, even if they unfold over several generations.

  5. Sue Fell says:

    I would love a copy of Solitary Desire, seems you have lived the dream many of us have and I would love to read about it!

  6. Solitary Desire!! I read EVERYTHING written about France, and especially about women in France. I one day want to travel in France myself and study it like it’s my bread and butter. I may even open a blog that talks about all the resources coming from France in the form of blogs and books etc. One step at a time!! 🙂

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