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June 29, 2018

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Paris in July 2018

by N@ncy

  • Oh, is it July already?
  • Let’s have a glass of wine and
  • think of some things to do for…

 

Paris in July

  1. Paris in July is a French themed blogging
  2. …experience running from the 1st – 31st July this year.
  3. The aim of the month is to celebrate our French experiences through
  4. actual visits, or through reading, watching, listening,
  5. observing, cooking and eating all things French!
  6. For more instructions how to share your posts go to Thyme for Tea.

 

  1. There will be no rules or targets …just blog about anything French
  2. …and you can join in! Some ideas might include;
  3. reading a French themed book – fiction or non-fiction,
  4. watching a French movie,
  5. listening to French music,
  6. cooking French food,
  7. experiencing French, art, architecture and travel.
  8. #ParisInJuly2018

 

What are my plans?

  1. Book:  Et Soudain, La Liberté  by É. Laurent winner Prix Marguerite Duras 2017
  2. Book: Comment Baptiste est mort by A. Blottière  winner Prix Jean Giono 2016
  3. Cocktails: make, drink, review a  surprise French iconic cocktail
  4. …and on 19th July is National Daiquiri Day….try a French Daiquiri!
  5. Cooking: Gratin Dauphinois (pg 34)  La Petite Cuisine à Paris by R. Khoo.
  6. Movie:  Frantz won Best Actor Pierre Niney César Awards, France 2017.
  7. Netflix:  Dix Pour Cent  Season 1 series – nominee International Emmy Awards 2016.
  8. Art: Berthe Morisot by D. Bona winner Prix Goncourt de la biographie 2000.

 

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  1. Jun 29 2018

    I’m there and I even got my post up a bit early over at Marmelade Gypsy. So looking forward to yours!

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    • Jun 29 2018

      I saw you wonderful post about St Malo! The fotos were just beautiful.
      I’m looking forward to reading, listening, watching all things French. I thought I would do a weekly wrap-up as I am juggling a few items at one time!

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  2. Jun 29 2018

    Your photo at the top of the post evokes the wonderful atmosphere of French sidewalk tables. I want the escalope de veau! Is that you in the pic?

    best… mae

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    • Jun 30 2018

      I just love the way the young woman looks…relaxed enjoying a wine…probably after a hectic day. No, that is no me in the photo but I did sit down with a beautiful cru bourgeois wine and think of things to do during #ParisInJuly! I’ve visited your blog and I see some wonderful posts and books I want to investigate. Thanks so much for your comment.

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  3. Jun 30 2018

    I’m so envious that you can read your books in French Nancy!

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    • Jun 30 2018

      I am eager to start reading my French books this month. I have to read 5 ch ia day in Deerslayer first and hope to finish it at the end of the week It is actually fun finally facing up to my ‘nemesis’ book! Thanks so much for reminding me about this #ParisInJuly event. I envy your ability to keep in touch with so many in the blog-o-sphere and especially spurring me on to different reading adventures! You…the wind beneath my wings!

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      • Jul 3 2018

        You make me smile! I needed that today – Mr Books & I have both been pretty sick with this nasty cold & feeling miserable. So headachy I haven’t been able to read either! Nothing worse than a day off work & not being able to read.
        Good luck with your nemesis xo

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      • Jul 3 2018

        Brona, making you smile today…. can’t get any better than that! I hope you and Mr. B can shake the nasty cold soon. Can’t read? Turn on Netflix and watch a ‘French’ movie or TV Series!
        I’ve been in the kitchen the past few days and now I’m finally done with the recipes I want to share on #ParisInJuly. I’m reading the biography of Berthe Morisot the young female impressioniste that often stood in the shadows of the greats Manet, Monet, Van Gogh etc. Have a look at some of her paintings on Google…they are beautiful! Thanks for stopping by and get well soon!

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