Paris, August ’16

August was super exciting, mainly for the fact that Paris happened, and it wasn’t a regular Paris, it was ‘Photo Shoot Paris’ this time. This of course means, that the city and I were modelling for what used to be the_sarcastic_photographer, now sony_alpha_guy, who I can’t thank enough, simply for the fact that he was one of the best people to walk around Paris streets with. … Continue reading Paris, August ’16

“Anais From Montmartre” is finally here.

Well, whadaya know, I have a blurb. I got myself an early birthday present and I just published my SECOND BOOK BABY CALLED And it goes like this: With a suitcase in one hand, and a cat carrier in the other, Anais Michel arrives in Paris, determined to find the person she left behind – herself. But things are not exactly the way she left … Continue reading “Anais From Montmartre” is finally here.

When in Paris: Tips and tricks (Part Deux)

Hello lovely people. Planning to go to Paris? Planning to go to Paris, again? I told you where you could stay if you’re into typical Parisian places, but then again, maybe you’re not, and maybe you need more inside information if you feel #AlmostParisian. Anyways, let’s talk some more about where you can stay. There are lovely apartments just outside of Paris that you can … Continue reading When in Paris: Tips and tricks (Part Deux)

Where to stay: Catherine’s beautiful Parisian apartment

Just wanted to give a shout-out to my host in Paris, who allowed me enjoy her beautiful apartment and to show you some pictures of it. Maybe you’ll need it soon 😉 Mademoiselle Catherine was this beautiful, charming and helpful Parisienne that I found on Airbnb like in the last minute, since something took a bad turn with our previous accommodation. Her listing was cute, … Continue reading Where to stay: Catherine’s beautiful Parisian apartment

A Book: Almost Parisian, or How To Survive Your Late Twenties… In Paris

There are new readers every day and knowing this is one of the best feelings in the world. And thank you people, for your wonderful words, I don’t remember ever feeling more satisfied and grateful than when I read comments on the book. So, I’ll be working on my adult fairy tale novella, but in the mean time, for those of you who still haven’t … Continue reading A Book: Almost Parisian, or How To Survive Your Late Twenties… In Paris

Almost Parisian: Free Promotion for Kindle!

I’m happy to announce that today, you can download Almost Parisian: How To Survive Your Late Twenties… In Paris for free! Last time I did a free promo, I was thrilled with the results and number of downloads, which means readers, which means all the lovely comments I got from them. So there you have it, the book about the (almost) Parisian girl, kicked out of … Continue reading Almost Parisian: Free Promotion for Kindle!

Almost Parisian: A new title, new cover and the whole experience.

First of all, Almost Parisian is the new title of Coffee, Cigarettes and Crisis. Since it’s only my first and I was learning along the way, some careful research got me the conclusion that, no matter how much I thought the title was super adequate, it simply sounds like a ‘how-to’ book on giving up smoking. Add the indie cover (which I loved, but made … Continue reading Almost Parisian: A new title, new cover and the whole experience.

A guide, some tips and fun stuff for girls in Paris

“You don’t have to be French to be a Parisian.“    —Karl Lagerfeld That, coming from Karl Lagerfeld about Paris and Parisians, is as good as quoting God from the Bible, (and even more important, cause Karl is HERE) so I’m gonna take his word for it. As for you other almost Parisians, whether you plan to make it your title for life, or just for … Continue reading A guide, some tips and fun stuff for girls in Paris

ALMOST PARISIAN’s third review and one I am absolutely in love with.

Not because it’s a five-star review (doesn’t hurt, of course) but because what the reviewer wrote showed that she actually did enjoy something I was lucky to be able to create – interesting characters. My characters’ traits are borrowed from people I know, or have met briefly. Some of the weird situations and conversations in the book, actually did happen. And I’m incredibly thrilled to … Continue reading ALMOST PARISIAN’s third review and one I am absolutely in love with.