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Le French Book offers France trip
19.09.12 | Katie Allen
Digital-first publisher Le French Book is offering the chance to win a trip to France to celebrate the launch of its first crime novel.
The Paris Lawyer by Sylvie Granotier is also being offered with a discount of 25% for a limited time. The competitions can be entered on the publisher's website http://www.theparislawyer.com/.
“This is a really great book and we want to make sure people hear about it,” said Anne Trager, founder. “I started this company because I want to share the two things I love most—books and France. So, it seemed perfectly natural to me that we would offer some lucky readers the chance to go to France.
"Then I started talking to partners who support the project, and we came up with a whole slew of gifts and fun sweepstakes.”
The French-to-English publisher is offering a number of prizes including a trip to Toulouse, samples from winemaker Vignobles & Signatures, free books and other bonuses such as exclusive author content.
Le French Book is a New York-based independent which specialises in books from France. The Paris Lawyer went on sale yesterday (18th September).