#Giveaway – #win a paperback copy of Toujours La France by Janine Marsh | @FrenchJanine @OMaraBooks | #rt before midnight 14/4/22

I reviewed Toujours La France yesterday – you can read my review here – and today I’m giving you the chance to win a brand new paperback copy of the book which isn’t even out till next week. To enter, just pop over to Twitter and retweet my pinned Tweet. You must be following me there as well – I’m @portybelle.

You only have until midnight today (14th April) to enter and must be UK based. I’ll use a random selector to choose a winner and contact the lucky person tomorrow.

Take yourself on an armchair trip to France!

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About the book

Following on from her hugely popular books, My Good Life in France and My Four Seasons in France, ex-pat Janine Marsh shares more heart-warming and entertaining stories of her new life in rural  France. 

Since giving up their city jobs in London and moving to rural France over ten years ago, Janine and her husband Mark have renovated their dream home and built a new life for themselves, adjusting to the delights and the peculiarities of life in a small French village. 

Including much-loved village characters such as Mr and Mrs Pepperpot, Jean-Claude, Claudette and the infamous Bread Man, in Toujours la France! Janine also introduces readers to some new faces and funny stories, as she and Mark continue their lives in this special part of northern France. With fantastic food,  birthday parties, rural traditions old and new – Jean-Claude introduces snail racing to the village – and trouble with uninvited animals, there is never a quiet moment in the Seven Valleys. 

About the Author

Janine Marsh lives in northern France with her husband and myriad pets. She is unable to resist a stray animal, and the word is out. She works from a converted pigsty when she’s not travelling around France doing research for her website www.thegoodlifefrance.com, which tells you everything you need to know about France and more. 

She gave up a sensible job in London, where she was born, to renovate a bargain-basement barn and turn it into a home – an ongoing project. She is an award-winning travel writer and social media fan who loves to share her life, explorations and photos on Facebook at The Good Life France.


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