You may notice a French flavour to my blog in July. The reason behind it will be Paris in July, hosted by Karen and Tamara, in which bloggers celebrate all things French. For once I’m getting prepared in advance and planning lots of interesting things for the month.
I’m looking forward to featuring some of Gallic Books‘ titles too. They are a lovely publisher who specialise in bringing French writing to an English speaking audience.
There’s still plenty of time to sign up and you don’t have to blog about France for the whole month or even about books. Not a blogger but got something to share? I’m looking for volunteers to write guest posts during July too, just get in touch.
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