Paris Letters

Paris Letters

Book - 2014
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The author recounts how, after giving up her corporate job as an art director, she moved to Paris, embarked on a romance with a Frenchman who spoke no English, and found a way using her artistic and writing skills to fund her dream of staying there permanently.
Publisher: Naperville, Illinois :, Sourcebooks,, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781402288791
Branch Call Number: 921 MACL
Characteristics: 258 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm

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TheKingRaven
Jul 14, 2016

First of all, let me say that I love all books based in Paris/London.
This Book is about Janice's journey from a busy life in LA to a romantic Paris dream that,
let's be honest, who wouldn't want a life like that? while reading I felt like I was walking along side Janice on the cobblestone streets of the most beautiful city in the world.

samdog123 Feb 17, 2016

A joyous romp through Paris. When she becomes bored and overloaded from her copywriter job in California, Janice MacLeod sets out to change her life. She sells all her belongings and heads off to Paris for the year. There, she meets the wonderful Christophe, changes her life and fulfills her dreams.

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greenacres
Dec 01, 2015

This book is a gem! I don't know why it took me so long to check out this book. The majority of the books I read are travelogues AND books about Paris. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it is written by a local gal raised in Norfolk County, Ontario. No folks like Norfolk.

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susanlovesbooks
Aug 24, 2015

A true story about Paris, love, travel, and changing your life all contained in a beautiful little book hiding in the art section of the library. It turns out that art is the key to the author's new life in Paris as she paints and writes about her thoughts and experiences. A sweet, interesting, refreshing read for anyone who has dreamed of living a fuller, better life from someone who actually made it happen.

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GLNovak
Jan 17, 2015

This is a captivating read. I liked the conversational tone of the writing and was carried along with her decisions to change her life and her subsequent blossoming in Paris. I am amazed at how she did it and how her life has just gone from happy to happy - almost too good to be true. It is nice to read a positive piece once in a while, and the whole Paris atmosphere she describes doesn't hurt either.

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teemsum
Oct 22, 2014

A delicious read.
I loved the author's down-to-earth style.
Keep turning the pages till the end.
She shares some insights.

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telger
Aug 16, 2014

Janice's memoir is a well written, full of details- useful and practical. Also a fresh breath and beautiful work of art!
Im encouraged to save money, get rid of my clothes, and quit my day job to go find my adventure in Paris!

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flygirl51
Apr 11, 2014

This book was enjoyable and very inspiring. I don't plan to quit my job and move to Paris but some of the things she did to prepare herself for her journey are very useable. Janice is also very funny.

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siammarino Apr 15, 2014

Janice saves $100 a day, quits her job in advertising and moves to Paris. She sends painted letters to her friend Aine and realizes that she can send them to anyone on Etsy to make a living. Then she meets Christophe from Poland. A great memoir! You can do anything that you set your mind to.

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