France

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A 56-Day Marathon: The Story Behind The Shiro Project

A 56-Day Marathon: The Story Behind The Shiro Project French author David Khara, a former journalist, top-level sportsman, and entrepreneur, is a full-time writer. Khara wrote his first novel—a vampire thriller—in 2010, before starting his Consortium thriller series, which offers a roller-coaster ride that dips into the history of World […]

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City of Nice

It’s been 3 weeks since my last post and truly apologize for the lack of updates online. If any of you have been keeping up with my instagram, I am currently on vacation touring around France. Finally, here is my first post at the beginning of my trip…. Related posts: […]


Bleiberg goes print

Le French Book to launch print version of The Bleiberg Project – July 15 Early last year, we interviewed David Khara, author of the best-selling novel, The Bleiberg Project, by Le French Book. Well, David and his publishing company have been busy since we last spoke to them. Not only did The Bleiberg […]

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10 Luxury Hotels- Fabulous Travel

Luxury hotels are not just a place to sleep but an experience in themselves. From historic to modern, Majorca to Monaco here are 10 favourite Luxury Hotels featured on The Fabulous Times from the past two years. Whether you’re planning a weekend… Related posts: Things to do in Budapest- The Fabulous […]


The Paris Food Trip 2014 challenge

How’s this for a tempting idea…a weekend of cooking and eating in Paris. There’s this amazing foodie weekend in Paris for bloggers coming up and I’ve decided to rise to the challenge (can’t resist a sentence with that word in it) to be selected as… Related posts: Tickle my taste buds with […]


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The mystery of writing and the writing of mysteries

Frédérique Molay, author of The 7th Woman and Paris Homicide, talks about the mysteries of writing   When writing, everything and anything can serve as inspiration—a newspaper article, an odd crime, an anecdote, an unknown face. When an idea rises to the surface, when it imposes itself, it then gushes […]


CANNES Film Festival 2014 in Pictures

  Jeniffer Lawrence   Jessica Chastin in Elie Saab   John Travolta   Justin Bieber   Robert Pattison   Rita Ora in Roberto Cavalli   Nicole Kidman in Elie Saab   Naomi Campbell in Roberto Cavalli   lupita… Related posts: The Paris Food Trip 2014 challenge How’s this for a […]


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The most touching film I have seen all year

Touched by The Intouchables   Forget big Hollywood action or well-known actors. This movie has neither (at least, I have never heard of François Cluzet and Omar Sy before, though I’m sure they’re well-known in France). But what it does have is honesty, heart and warmth that will leaving you feeling warm and […]


Embracing my hidden greenie in The Greenland Breach

Title: The Greenland Breach Author: Bernard Besson (translated by Julie Rose) Genre: thriller, political, international espionage Standalone or series: I believe this is standalone but I could be wrong (I hope there is more to come) Publisher: Le French Book   Blurb:  A cracking ice cap, rival multinationals, cutthroat espionage… […]

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A Tale of Two Cities – Paris vs Rome

Ever wondered how the City of Love (Paris) stacks up against The Eternal City (Rome)? Well here’s a cool infographic from http://www.parisapartmentsbynumbers.com/ that gives a whole new twist to a Tale of Two Cities. See how the Notre Dame stacks up against St Peter’s Basilica. Or the Colosseum against the much […]