I’m excited to announce that Agullo Editions, the French publisher of Fated (La Destinée, la Mort et moi, comment j’ai conjuré le sort), is hosting me for a book tour in France from October 4 to October 8, beginning in Paris and wrapping up in Bordeaux.
While I realize most of you who are reading this probably don’t live in France, for those of you who do, or who know someone who might be interested in attending one of my signings, I’ve listed the cities, dates, and locations below. In the meantime, I’ll have to brush up on my French.
Espérons vous y voir!
No signings in Lannion or La Rochelle. A second venue has been added in Bordeaux
Tuesday, October 4
26 Boulevard Saint Michel
Wednesday, October 5
15 Rue des Vieilles Douves
Friday, October 7
La Zone du Dehors
68 cours Victor Hugo
Saturday, October 8
La Mauvaise Réputation
19 Rue des Argentiers
It’s September 1, which means it’s the release date for my second novel, Fated, in the United Kingdom. To celebrate, I’m giving away several signed copies of the UK edition.
So how can you enter for a chance to win? It’s simple…
Just leave a comment on this post and presto! You’re entered.
But if you’d like to improve your chances of winning, all you have to do is share a link to this post on either your Goodreads, Facebook, or Twitter profile. Or simply mention Fated if you’ve read it and enjoyed it. Then let me know where you mentioned it in your comment to this post and you’ll get a second chance to win. Bonus!
However, while you’re more than welcome to spread the word in more than one place, there is a limit of two entries per person.
So who will win? Is it fate or is it destiny? Only time will tell.
Contest ends Sunday, September 4 at 11:59PM PST.
I thought I’d share the covers for a couple of foreign editions of Fated.
The first one is from Leya in Brazil, who published the title as Desastre (Disaster in English), since there’s no Portuguese translation for Fated:
The second cover is from Piatkus (Little, Brown) in the United Kingdom. Although this edition won’t be available until September 2011, I thought you might enjoy a sneak preview: