Paris

In Paris on a Sunday? Don’t miss dinner chez Patricia

  One long-established Paris expat institution Jan and I would never miss on our annual séjour is Patricia Laplante-Collins’s ParisSoirées — Sunday evening gatherings, either at a restaurant or aprivate home, with good food, great conversation, and a whole lot of wine (you can do that in Paris because the public transportation takes you home). …

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Audio version of Treasure of Saint-Lazare is now available

IT’S AVAILABLE – The audio version of Treasure of Saint-Lazare has been released on Audible.com and Amazon.com. You can hear a sample and buy it  at http://j.mp/12mxGb2. This is the full, unabridged version of the novel as narrated by Tim Campbell, a talented operatic baritone who lives in Pasadena, CA. He’s narrated more than two dozen …

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Author interview on Books-and-Authors.net

Here’s another author interview about Treasure of Saint-Lazare, just posted on Books-and-Authors.net: http://j.mp/VPtGMO   If you’d like to receive my blog posts and occasional newsletters by email, please leave your address below: [mc4wp_form id=”355″]

The Passages of Paris

If you’ve made more than one trip to Paris you’ve probably seen some of the famous Passages, the 19th-century indoor shopping centers under glass, which connect one street to another. They were important when they were built because they provided shelter from the rain as well as the mud and mess of pre-pavement Paris. The …

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