TWITTER BOOK CHAT
Tuesday, April 18th
1 PM ET/10 AM PT
Hashtags: #MTBookChat #WineIsntRocketScience
Hosts: @momtrends @missglouglou @JenniferVido
It’s time again for our monthly Momtrends Virtual Book Chat. On Tuesday, April 18th at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT, we will be talking with Ophelie Neiman, the founder of Miss Glou Glou, one of the most popular wine blogs in France. Get your questions ready as we discuss her new release, Wine Isn’t Rocket Science. Whether it’s on your smartphone, tablet, or computer, check in with us on Twitter where we’ll be giving away four copies of this modern wine guide plus one lucky reader will win a $50 Amazon gift card! And, don’t forget to RSVP below in order to be eligible to win!
Wine Isn’t Rocket Science: A Quick and Easy Guide to Understanding, Buying, Tasting, and Pairing Every Type of Wine by Ophelie Neiman
Are you in search of some tips and practical advice on how to buy, taste, and pair wine? Better yet, have you ever wondered how grapes are grown, harvested, and made into delicious wine? Then come chat with us as we discuss Ophelie’s new book, Wine Isn’t Rocket Science. If you are like most moms, your go-to wine of choice is whatever you can find on the grocery store shelf. Learn how to properly pair wine with a meal by using this easy-to-follow guide. Sound like something that might interest you? Then, mark your calendar for Tuesday and tweet along with us using the hashtags #MTBookChat and #WineIsntRocketScience.
And, don’t forget to invite some friends to join along in our virtual book chat community for next month’s #MTBookChat on May 16th at 1 pm ET. We strive to bring you the hottest authors in the publishing biz today! Let us know if your must-read author has an upcoming book release. We’re always on the look-out for new writers to feature. Soon you will discover…reading and tweeting have never been so much fun!
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