GIVEAWAY: ‘Blue Moon’ Macaroons for Cressida McLaughlin’s THE ONCE IN A BLUE MOON GUESTHOUSE!

Today our pals over at W6 Book Cafe have published a gorgeous new book by Cressida McLaughlin, author of the bestselling Canal Boat Cafe series, and we’re so excited to be a part of her blog tour. We HarperCollins gals gotta stick together!

If you’d like to win a box of blue macaroons from Miss MacaroonΒ (just like little blue moons, and one of Cressy’s favourites!), just comment on the post below and tell us where you would want to escape to if you had your own Once In A Blue Moon Guesthouse! The winner will be picked at midnight on Saturday (1 July 2017) and will be notified by email with 48 hours to claim their prize πŸ™‚

So comment below for your chance to win! And don’t forget to grab THE ONCE IN A BLUE MOON GUESTHOUSE, out today!

The charming new bestseller from the No.1 bestselling author of The Canal Boat Cafe

Robin Brennan has come home to Campion Bay. Now her parents have retired, she’s set to become the new landlady of The Campion Bay Guesthouse.

Bookings have been as thin as the hand towels, and it doesn’t take long for Robin to realise that the place needs a serious makeover. Perhaps throwing herself into the task will help to heal her sadness at the tragic end to her dreams in London.

As she gives the guesthouse a new lease of life, Robin encounters old friends and new, including old flame Tim, who’d clearly like to reboot their romance. But what about Will, the new arrival at No. 4, who’s rocked up with the cutest dog ever?

Caught up in a flurry of full-English breakfasts and cream teas, Robin’s never sure what, or who, the next check-in will bring…

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21 Replies to “GIVEAWAY: ‘Blue Moon’ Macaroons for Cressida McLaughlin’s THE ONCE IN A BLUE MOON GUESTHOUSE!”

  1. Mine would be to Tramore in Ireland, such an amazing seaside place and Dooly’s sell the best fish and chips I’ve EVER tasted there!!

  2. I’d escape to a Florida beach in a house right by the sea – I’d love to be able to walk out the back steps straight on to the sand!

  3. Where would I want to escape to? That’s tricky. Once upon a time I’d have said without hesitation that there would have to be sea but now that I’m once again living coastally I’m less desperate! So maybe I’d return to my first foreign love: the Austrian Tyrol and specifically the Achensee high up in the Karwendel Alps. I may have originally visited the little village of Pertisau because of another series of books but now I return regardless of the Chalet School. Surrounded by mountains and lake and filled with flower-bedecked chalets, it’s a charming respite from my real life. But still, there’s Norway’s west coast stretching ever north into the Arctic. A guest boat, a smaller version of the Hurtigruten ships, would be a delight allowing me to spend time in towns like Kristiansund and Tromso as well as villages like Honningsvag and Svolvaer on spectacular fjords. I can’t choose but I know I’d love either.

  4. I would escape to St Andrews in Scotland my sister has moved there and I miss her every day ❀️ I’d even share my maroons with her πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

  5. I would love to go to as my father has just passed away and I would feel near him down by the sea with the gulls and the pier

  6. If I had my own ‘Once In A Blue Moon Guesthouse’, I’d up sticks and escape to Rye. I love it’s medieval, cobbled streets, it’s higgledy-piggledy houses, it’s prettiness and it’s close proximity to the sea.

  7. I’d love to live somewhere in the country one day, Wales or the West Country, but failing that I’d love to escape to Paris again, j’adore Paris.

  8. I would love to live in Brisbane, Australia because it is close to the sea and has a decent town but is also secluded enough to not be overly busy. It just struck me as the perfect place to live when I visited a few years ago.

  9. I would love to go to Whitehaven Beach in Australia. Simply stunning in amongst the Great Barrier Reef! It would be the perfect ‘Once In a Blue Moon Guesthouse’ to find Nemo! πŸ–β˜€οΈπŸ

  10. Somewhere warm with sea and sand on the Italian coast so I could enjoy delicious food in the sun.

  11. I would escape to Paris! Boat ride on the Siene, check out the many boutique book shops and visit many cafΓ©s and finally spend the evening the Eiffel Tower with a loved one. Heavenly!

  12. Cressida’s book sounds like a lovely summer read. If I could escape now, I would go to the island of Cozumel in Mexico. A little seaside guest house which serves lovely food and drinks would make for a relaxing summer of books, sea and sun. I would take my hubby and we would enjoy the macaroons on the beach. πŸ˜‰

  13. I would escape to Findhorn in Scotland – a beautiful tiny place with its own microclimate so it’s warmer than you’d expect for Scotland!

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