book giveaway!

Author: angiem, 05 22nd, 2011

I first came across Corine’s blog about two years ago. I was smitten from the start with her colorful garden, her fearless decorating style, and her refreshing sense of humor. I remember one night in those early days of having discovered her, when I couldn’t sleep, so I spent about two hours just reading her previous posts, fascinated by this French woman who could say so much and so well, in just a few words.

In the time since, I have discovered that Corine and I have several things in common, besides blogging and telling stories: we both have sisters, we love to eat and are great at it, and we speak English with an accent. When I found out that Corine’s first book came out I immediately bought it, and read it all the day it arrived.

I love the story. It is a perfect read for the summer.  Hidden in Paris, is about three American women in the heart of Paris, each wishing to escape her own problems, living together in a beautiful house, and eating delicious French food. Because Corine is French and has lived in America for quite a long time now, she’s tackled both the French and the American cultures so well. And because I love the story so, I am offering a giveaway of the book. Any comment from now until Wednesday midnight (Pacific Standard Time) will be entered.

Visit Barnes & Nobles online, Amazon.com, and Goodreads, to purchase your own copy of Hidden in Paris.

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32 Responses to “book giveaway!”

  1. Ava Says:

    I adore any books about France!! Living in Paris is on my bucket list lol but I’m so American that I know I’ll have a hard time fitting in :D
    Crossing my fingers and hoping I’ll win!!!

  2. Char Says:

    I lived for a year in Paris as an exchange student in college. Ever since I’ve wanted to go back and rent an apartment and explore the city to my hearts content. I’d love to win the book, so count me in!!!

  3. pamela Says:

    Oh, who wouldn’t want to be Hidden In France??? Sounds like a lovely idea.

  4. Gabriela Says:

    Sounds like a great read, you have excellent taste Angie. Pick me!

  5. Susan S. Says:

    I, too, have a special connection to France & would love to read the book. I pretty much would have to win one though.:)

    Thanks for the chance, Angie.

  6. Michelle @ The True Book Addict Says:

    I love stories like this! One of my favorites about women staying together for a time is Enchanted April. I actually just found out that the film was based on a book so I’ve added that to my wishlist. I know I will enjoy Hidden in Paris. Thanks for the chance to win!

  7. Susan Deborah Says:

    A penny for your thoughts, dear Angie.

    Women stories are always welcome as they are great bed fellows.

    Joy always,
    Susan

  8. Deborah Lipscomb Says:

    Wow I really want to read your book. It’s my dream to live, if even for a week, in France. I’m praying I win! It will inspire me to work harder to live out my dream…

  9. Kay Says:

    Hidden in France has been on my get-soon list since the moment it came out. I know it will be a delicious read, since Corine’s blog is so delicious, so please come to me, little book!

  10. cathi Says:

    Sounds like a fabulous read! Count me in! Happy Sunday! xxoo

  11. susan Says:

    am dying to get my hands on a copy of this book! it looks delightful!

  12. Lea Vaceanu Says:

    This is my dream, to get lost in Paris for at least three months. I love everything that is french. I used to speak the language pretty well.
    I hope to win.
    All my love to you, Angie.

  13. Melanie Says:

    I love her blog so so so much.

    Story: I am a college student in Buffalo, New York and I’m getting my first place in July. Lucky me, my grandmother wants to redecorate, and as a apartment warming present, has gifted me her favorite blue velvet couch. I like anime and crazy hair dye, what the heck am I going to do with a blue velvet couch? How do I make little red tulips fun and funky and cute like me?!

    And Corrine told me. http://www.northfur.ca/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=98_100

    I’m making a floor cloth to match the floor in the picture. (=

  14. Linda Says:

    ummm, beautiful front cover, love everything french.

  15. Susan Tiner Says:

    Yes, please count me in! It sounds like a charming book.

  16. Brittany Gale Says:

    Sounds great!! Count me in :D

    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

  17. sydney85 Says:

    I would love to read Corine’s book. I am sure it is a winner!

  18. Sharon Says:

    iam trying to expand the familie’s view point on life at home.

  19. Ange Says:

    Ahh - YOU speak English with an accent?? I have to call you one day Angie. Now the image is complete :)
    Much love
    xx

  20. Lynnette Moon Says:

    hello,
    I have spent most of the day, quietly drowning in Corine’s photos on her Blog. I have been truly enrapt and transported from my wintry room.
    Now, I have seen that she has this blissful book out, so I am hoping perhaps I might be in with a chance to be transported to Paris by these beautiful photographs. True Art. Thank you.

  21. Vicki Archer Says:

    I can’t wait to read it, Angie….xv

  22. Cindy L Says:

    I’d love to read and review this book — sounds like a gem. I’m drawn to all things French, and this sounds like perfect summer reading to me.

  23. SAZ Says:

    I shall go look it up now….though the title is enough to entice moi!

    Oh to be ‘Hidden in Paris!’

    Saz x

  24. ksam Says:

    Oh wow, another giveaway! Sign me up! :)

  25. Joyce Says:

    I love a good love story and one in Paris. xo

  26. linda Says:

    I would adore to take part in your give-away….
    Many Thanks,
    Linda

  27. rung potisart Says:

    Greetings from Lyon. This book sounds wonderful. Happy to have found your blog.

  28. Autumn Says:

    Oooooohhhhh!!!! This sounds like such a great read! I am so entering myself into this giveaway! I am also going to check out her blog as well! :)

  29. laura Says:

    This post makes me hungry. :) Yes, I am good at eating too! We have this in common. And the love of stories. I’m going to have to go visit Corine after such a lovely introduction.

    How are you, Angie, sweet friend? Summer is almost here and I can’t seem to get my feet underneath me. Maybe things will slow down when the heat hits.

    So much love to you.

  30. stephanie Says:

    I would love a copy. I love her website and her writer’s voice !

  31. Stephanie Says:

    it looks terrific! Please count me in!

  32. Katherine A Says:

    This sounds like a fab holiday read. please enter me.

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