Stop Press: In Between NEWSLETTER
I am writing this in-between note because, as many of you may know, THE FORGOTTEN SUMMER was published in paperback on 8th September.
To celebrate its publication Penguin, along with the magazine Top Santé, has come up with a splendid competition.
Here are the details:
Winner along with a partner or friend is invited to spend the weekend of 15th/16th April 2017 (Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon) in our holiday cottage at the OLIVE FARM.
Penguin will be covering the travel costs up to £100 per person for the winner and their friend.
During the course of the weekend, lunch will be offered at the farm. It will be in the garden, weather permitting.
A signed copy of THE FORGOTTEN SUMMER will be given to the winner.
Here is the link to enter
Michel and I look forward to welcoming you to our farm.
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