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Monthly Archives: January 2011

Get “ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest” digital version on or Barnes and Noble for just US $ 2.99!

This special promotion campaign will only run from today, Friday, January 21st until the end of February 2011, so now is the time to download the novel onto your Kindle, Ipad, computer or hey, even your cell phone.

You’ve already read the novel and liked it? Then why don’t you offer it to someone else as a gift? As of last month you can gift Ebooks on Amazon. (read all about Kindle book gifting here: . So go ahead, and make your special friends’ day with a thoughtful gift for less than the price of a latte (they don’t need to own a kindle, a nook or an ipad, as long as they have a computer, they’re good to go!).

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If you are looking for a gift for someone who loves reading, listening to music and cooking, check out the ETA / PINTXATU combo pack for a very special low price of US $35.00. This combo pack is only available for sale on our website. As a bonus, ETA can be signed by the author (upon request while placing your order by phone or online.) :


Delphine Pontvieux is featured in the January edition of France-Amerique magazine.

France-Amérique is published by FrancePress LLC. Founded in 1943 by World War II France Libre exiles, France-Amérique became the international weekly edition of the French daily newspaper Le Figaro in the 1960s. In 2007, France-Amérique merged with the Journal Français, the largest French-language journal published in America since 1978, giving birth to a new bi-weekly publication. In May 2008, France-Amérique underwent a final revamp with the launch of a monthly magazine-style edition. Today, France-Amérique is America’s largest and only nationwide French-language publication, and each monthly issue provides an extensive review of French current events and the latest trends, profiles of influential French personalities, an insider’s look at the French cultural scene, in-depth history features, and coverage of French life in the U.S. from coast to coast.

Read the full article here:

As mentioned by the international press worldwide, ETA has declared that the ceasefire it called 4 months ago back in September is now permanent and general, and adds that it will be verifiable by the international community.

Please click on this link to watch the declaration of permanent ceasefire made by ETA officials (video):

Wall Street journal (article by SANTIAGO PÉREZ AND CHRISTOPHER BJORK):

MADRID—Basque armed-separatist group ETA declared Monday that it will lay down arms for good, the organization said in a video posted on the website of Basque newspaper Gara, but the Spanish government largely rejected the overture.

ETA said its “permanent and general, internationally verifiable” cease-fire is a sign of its commitment to a definitive peace process in the Basque region and toward an end to armed confrontation.

The cease-fire, were it to hold, could put an end to a 42-year campaign of violence to create an independent Basque state.

Click here for the rest of the article:

And here are more links to articles on the subject:


I feel like 2011 is going to be our year, yeah, I do!

Here’s another review of ETA for you, check out the link here:

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