Wednesday, January 22, 2014

One Night in Paris Release & Giveaway!


I am thrilled to announce the release of my first novella, One Night in Paris, which was chosen to be included in Amazon's new short fiction program, StoryFront. 

About the story:

"From bestselling author Juliette Sobanet, One Night in Paris is a heartwarming and enchanting journey back to Jazz Age Paris."

When Manhattan attorney Ella Carlyle gets a call that her beloved grandmother is dying, she rushes to Paris to be by her side, against the wishes of her overbearing boyfriend. Ella would do anything for her grandmother and jumps at the chance to fulfill her dying wish. But things take a mystical turn when Ella is transported to a swinging Parisian jazz club full of alluring strangers...in the year 1927! As the clock runs out on her one night in the City of Lights, Ella will attempt to rewrite the past--and perhaps her own destiny as well. 

Add One Night in Paris on Goodreads here:




One of my own nights in Paris...simply magical!

To celebrate the release, I'll be giving away a $15 Amazon Gift Card and a Kindle copy of the book to one lucky winner, and three more winners will be chosen to receive Kindle copies of the book as well. To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter below and let me know if you have any questions.

If you already have a copy of One Night in Paris, feel free to enter the giveaway, and if you win, you'll have your pick of one of my other (or future!) Paris books.

As always, I'd like to thank my readers for being so generous, supportive, and enthusiastic about my stories. You make me smile every day! I hope you enjoy Ella's journey back to 1920s Paris. I had an absolute blast writing this story and am so excited to share it with all of you!

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11 comments:

  1. i'd go back to when both Kennedy brothers were alive- and sit in the oval office with JFK and Bobby- just the three of us, to have a coffee, and a long long l o n g chat together, would love it!

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  2. Hi, Juliet. Happy Publishing Day and thank you for this fabulous giveaway. If I could travel through time, i would go back to Medieval period. I love all those dresses, quite heavy for a woman, but they look so beautiful.

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  3. If I could go back in time I would love to be an archaeologist in Egypt back in the 1800s.

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  4. I'd go back and meet Thomas Jefferson.

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  5. I would travel back in time to when Audrey Hepburn was alive.

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  6. I feel like I've already answered this question before but I'd like to go back to the 20's. I love the flapper era!

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  7. I would go back to the 1950s the birth of rock ‘n roll

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  8. The 20's in Paris! Absolutely love that time period, when Paris was the place to be for artists and writers.

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  9. I would love to go back in 1800 in England to meet Jane Austen!!!

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  10. New York City early 1900s...Greenwich Village .....My great grandfater owned a grocery store and a bar and a parking garage. Hung out with Mark Twain who hung out with Nikola Tesla who is the coolest geek whoever lived. I would get to see my grandmother and her four look alike sisters as sweet tiny little girls. ...and Teresa my great grandmother.

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  11. Thanks, everyone! Loved reading all of your time travel ideas. So much fun!

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