Paris in July 2012

BookBath and Thyme For Tea are doing again “Paris in July” this year.

Here is their presentation:

There will be no rules or targets in terms of how much you need to do or complete in order to be a part of Paris in July – just blog about anything French and you can join in. Some ideas for the month might include:
– Reading a French book – fiction or non-fiction
– Watching a French movie
– Listening to French music
– Cooking French food
– Experiencing French art, architecture or travel (or remembering travel experiences)
– Or anything else French inspired you can think of…
Which is basically the same as my weekly French meme, I love France (see in the right side bar), but only in July.
Anyway, I decided to link my posts there this month.
If you plan to join the fun, click on the image.
And here is the place to link your posts.
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Here are my posts so far:
  1. Review: Days of Splendor, Days of Sorrow, by Juliet Grey
  2. 3 great books on Paris.
  3. Dreaming in Provence
  4. Celebrating Bastille Day in Chicago!
  5. My brand new rating system – based on the Eiffel Tower!
  6. Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside (in Dijon, Burgundy)
  7. Guest post on a French woman in the US!
  8. Review: The Lovers of Algeria, by Anouar Benmalek, originally written in French
  9. French wines and vineyards
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3 thoughts on “Paris in July 2012

  1. hello W&P,
    thank you so much for the link! am accumulating french recipes for my cookery blog at the moment, so I ‘ll submit it here.
    Loved your blog… you have a brilliant taste in books. Following you now!
    Please do visit my book blog, and if you like it, please follow!

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    • Thanks for your nice comment. please don’t hesitate to look your French recipes to my French meme, I love France, as often as you want, it can be any day of the week.
      Looks like we share some common taste about books: when you have Bring Up The Bodies and The Orphan Master’s Son in your list of best reads in 2012 so far, I have to follow you! and oh of course a quotation by Pablo Neruda, my favorite poet!
      so I added you to my google reader.
      I love your idea for the title, really neat.
      I agree with your post as well on recent crappy Indian writings. So much so that I’m right now avoiding those for a while.

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