. . . PLUS a basket of French gastronomic goodies courtesy of the Restaurant du Délice in Normandy AND a signed copy of Broke the Grape’s Joy . . .
Love French cuisine? Grand Cru Bordeaux wine? Think you could do a short voice-over? Then read on. . .
Broke the Grape’s Joy by Patrick Hilyer, published by FeedARead Publishing, is out in paperback on the 1st of June. The talented young French filmmaker, Jacques-Henri Heim, is producing a short promotional video for the book which will be screened on Amazon and YouTube. We would like YOU to read and record a few lines to use as a voice-over in the video. The voice of the book’s female central character is British English, but everyone is welcome to take part.
All you need to do is:
- Download the FREE preview (to your web browser or eBook device) of the Broke the Grape’s Joy from Amazon here.
- Read aloud from “I wondered, as I often did . . .” to “. . . like the chimes of the angelus that rang clearly over the empty valley to announce midday”, recording your voice using a PC, Mac or other digital recording device.
- When you’re happy with your recording, email the audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with the answer to this question: Where did the title Broke the Grape’s Joy come from?
The selected winner – whose voice will be used on the video – will be announced on the 1st of June and will receive their tasty prize by post along with a signed copy of the book!
If you have any questions or comments please post them here on the blog.
Good luck, find your voice, don’t be microphone shy and enjoy!