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The Lost Vintage by Ann Mah

This is part of my Summer Reads 2018 series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. Today I’m very excited to share Ann Mah‘s latest novel – The Lost Vintage (releases tomorrow, June 19th 2018), a novel that will appeal to Francophiles, wine buffs and lovers of historical fiction alike. Ann is […]

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Brad Long on Butter

This is part of my Summer Reads 2018 series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. Ok, to be fair, this week’s Summer Reads pick is kind of a cookbook. But it’s such a different type of cookbook that I think it qualifies as a great summer read (just one that will […]

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Brooklyn in Love

Welcome to Summer Reads 2018 where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks” (this is the first post in this summer’s series 🙂 ) If you’re a Paris-lover like me, you might be familiar with the author of this week’s book, Amy Thomas (of God, I love Paris) who wrote Paris, my Sweet […]

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French Fridays: My Grape Paris

You know those times when you’re reading a book and think “I wish I had written this”? Well today I’m talking about a book that many of you will read and think that but which I read and thought “I COULD have written this!” in SO many parts. Laura Bradbury’s My Grape Paris is her […]

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Paris Ever After

You might remember earlier this year, I read Karen Burns‘ The Paris Effect (read my review here) in one sitting – it’s one of those “I’ll just read one more chapter” books that you suddenly discover you’ve finished before you know it. It’s also one of those books you find yourself wondering “But what happens next?” […]

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The Inviting Life

I don’t know about you but I always think that “New Year’s Resolutions” in January are particularly badly-timed in the Northern Hemisphere because the middle of winter is a hard time to turn over a new leaf, even with the strongest will power. I always think of spring as being a better time to start […]

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