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Competition – Travel Tuesday – Paige Toon

  • Submitted: 14th May 2019

Giveaway this Travel Tuesday

This Travel Tuesday what better prize to have than a book entitled If You Could Go Anywhere? Where would you go? Which destination would you choose? Would it be somewhere a book is set or somewhere you’ve always wanted to go?

Competition

Paige Toon’s latest book (out later this week) asks a very important question:

How can you find where you’re going, if you don’t know where you’re from?

About the book :BookTrail travel to locations in If You Could Go Anywhere

Angie has always wanted to travel. But at twenty-seven, she has barely stepped outside the small mining town where she was born. Instead, she discovers the world through stories told to her by passing travellers, dreaming that one day she’ll see it all for herself.

When her grandmother passes away, leaving Angie with no remaining family, she is ready to start her own adventures. Then she finds a letter revealing the address of the father she never knew, and realises instantly where her journey must begin: Italy.

As Angie sets out to find the truth – about her family, her past and who she really is – will mysterious and reckless Italian Alessandro help guide the way?

PS I LOVED IT!!!!

For the chance to win One of THREE copies of this fantastic read……

Book set across Italy - If You Could Go Anywhere? by Paige Toon

Where would YOU like to travel to the most and why?

Answer the question via twitter or instagram – RT and Like the post too!

Twitter: @thebooktrailer

Insta: @thebooktrail

Three copies up for grabs so good luck!

Comp will close this friday at 5pm

 

To celebrate the publication of @PaigeToonAuthor’s beautiful new novel next Thursday, Paige will be doing a Facebook Live at 8pm on publication day, taking all things #IfYouCouldGoAnywhere! Don’t miss it… https://www.facebook.com/PaigeToonAuthor 

 

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