Sunday is Bastille Day!

And publisher Le French Book (who translated and published the excellent ‘The 7th Woman’, and ‘The Bleiberg Project’) has a special sweepstakes to celebrate the French national holiday.

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July 14 is Bastille Day in France, and Le French Book is celebrating. This ebook-first publisher focuses on fiction in translation from France, with a special emphasis on the country’s top-selling mysteries and thrillers. To mark the date, it is running Bastille Day Sweepstakes for an ereader and a number of summer ebook reads with a French flair. “With our focus on entertaining reads from France, we couldn’t miss out on this Bastille Day opportunity to share what we are doing with new readers,” says Anne Trager, the company’s founder. She started Le French Book with the goal of sharing what she loves about the Gallic nation and its fiction. The sweepstakes run from July 11 through July 14.

Read more about what to do on Bastille Day and the sweepstakes: http://www.lefrenchbook.com/2013/07/10/bastille-day-roundup-and-sweepstakes/

Get your chance to win via Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/lefrenchbook

Or enter the sweepstakes directly here: http://www.lefrenchbook.com/bastille-day-sweepstakes/

Click here for a free Bastille Day short story by seven of France’s top writers.

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Bastille Day (or  La Fête Nationale) commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison on 14 July 1789. Read more about the holiday on Wikipedia.

2 thoughts on “Sunday is Bastille Day!

    • I’d highly recommend The 7th Woman if you are a fan of crime fiction. It’s one of the best I’ve read. The owner of Le French Book has excellent taste, and I’m always keen to see their latest releases.

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