Win a copy of Teatime in Paris! (US/Canada)

Teatime in Paris! by Jill ColonnaThanks to Interlink Books, I have one copy of Jill Colonna’s Teatime in Paris!  (I reviewed it here) to give away to one lucky Canadian reader!

To enter, leave me a comment telling me what you’d choose to eat and drink if you were enjoying Teatime in Paris!

For a second bonus entry, tweet the following message: “(US/Canada) Win @jill_colonna ‘s #TeatimeInParis on @eatlivtravwrite ! Details: http://bit.ly/TeatimeInParis”

then come back to leave me a comment on this post telling me you did.

For a third bonus entry, follow me and Jill on Instagram (I’m @eatlivtravwrite and Jill’s @madaboutmacarons) then come back and leave a separate comment letting me know you did (and your Instagram account name!)

Eligibility and contest rules

  • Open to to readers with a US or Canadian mailing address.
  • Maximum of three (3) entries per person for the duration of the contest.
  • No purchase of any product necessary for entry.
  • A winner will be chosen using Random.org from all qualified entries on Wednesday June 10th 2015 after 6pm EST.
  • Winner will be contacted via email on Thursday, June 11th 2015 and will have 48 hours to respond.

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Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of Teatime in Paris! for review purposes. I was not required to write about the book, nor am I being compensated for doing do. All opinions 100% my own. And FULL disclosure – Jill is a good friend.  I only share books and products I really love on this site.

32 thoughts on “Win a copy of Teatime in Paris! (US/Canada)”

  1. I would eat just about any pastry in Paris with a good espresso but would choose definitely a macaron or an St. Honore cake slice.

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  2. I tweeted (US/Canada) Win@jill_colonna’s#TeatimeInParis on @eatlivtravwrite! Details:http:bit.ly/TeatimeInParis

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  3. if i have to pick, i guess i’d have a selection of macarons with a fruity tea, but can’t I have everything?? drool….

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  4. I would love a cup of Kusmi tea’s Troika blend and some brioche. Then the next day, a cafe au lait and a religieuse. And macarons and croissants every day afterwards. I just posted the contest to my Twitter account (https://twitter.com/desdemyer). I loved Jill Colonna’s earlier book “Mad about Macarons.”

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    • Chocolate mousse for sure at Chez Janou, and then a cup of hot african chocolate at Angelina, and then hot fresh criossant from any cafe/bakery, while I watch Parisians walk by.

      I soooo need to go back to Paris, but for now I can live vicariously thru your blog.

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  5. There are soooo many – however, a Pierre Herme macaron and an eclair would be right up there on my list, with a hot espresso to wash it all down.

    I also have Jill’s Mad about Macarons book.

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  6. I’m hoping to actually BE enjoying teatime in Paris next month (it would be my first time ever in France!) and I definitely would love to be enjoying a plate of macarons with some hot tea. 🙂 Or a pot of chocolat. 🙂

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  7. I would order espresso or café au lait (depending on the time of day!) , a plate of assorted macarons and a slice of St. Honoré cake to share with my husband. We would take our time to savor everything and watch the people go by.

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