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Ooh la la. My Paris Dream by Kate Betts

Ooh la la. My Paris Dream by Kate Betts is the best Paris memoir since Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast. This isn’t one of the detached collections of vignettes about going to the market or Luxembourg Gardens that limply passes as … Continue reading

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Best Audiobooks of 2013 Blog Hop & Giveaway: January 1-15

Hotlistens.com is hosting a best Audiobooks of 2013 blog hop with the awesome grand prize of a six month membership to audible.com Visit hotlistens.com for a chance to win the grand prize, read reviews, and find links to other blogs … Continue reading

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Hemingway’s Cat is Missing — The Paris Wife

 Hemingway’s Cat is missing.    I felt drawn to The Paris Wife, Paula McLain’s novel written from the perspective of Hemingway’s first wife, Hadley, because A Moveable Feast, Hemingway’s own memoir of Roaring Twenties Paris,  has passages that remain indelible to me today … Continue reading

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