A while back (quite a while back, if I’m being honest!) I received a review copy of Norman’s Folly by Clare Norman.
I put the book on www.BooksAboutFrance.com and promptly completely forgot to mention it here.
Thus, a free copy of Norman’s Folly by Clare Norman is available to whoever wins today’s cunning creative competition!
All you have to do is write a simple limerick that sums up one aspect of expat life in France.
It can be funny, it can be sad, it doesn’t even have to mention Citroen 2CVs!
The entries should be posted as as comments on this post and the deadline is midnight Tuesday the 22nd of February!
May the best limerick writer win!
It’s some time, now, since the germ of the idea of moving to France. But Clare and her family have embraced village life, integrated with the locals and created for themselves the idyll they desired.
This is an honest account of the pain as much as the pleasures of such a move and the sheer hard work it entails, along with the delightful idiosyncrasies of the neighbourhood and its inhabitants around the Norman’s new home.
All the best
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