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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Paris in July is back!!

How exciting!  Paris in July, the popular blogging event hosted and created by Tamara of Thyme for Tea is back.  And I am so excited!  As a huge fan of all things Paris, I am really looking forward to reading everyone's posts this year.  I swear I always learn something new each year and its always fun to see what everyone decides to write about. Plus, there are always some great photos of Paris to look through.   As for me, I will pop in some French music, eat a pain au chocolat, and settle down with some lovely new reads to enjoy during this month.  Here are some of the books I'm considering:


So many good books to choose from! I can't decide which to read first. Let me know what you think? Have you read any? Which one(s) do you recommend?

And now, I'm off to flip through a baking magazine for a recipe to make macarons.  Wish me luck!!

7 comments:

JoAnn said...

I read Bonjour Tristesse last summer and thought it was great! It's fairly short, too. Not sure what I'm reading this year....

Nadia A said...

JoAnn, thanks! I think I'll probably read it this year - finally! Its hard to pick what to read for Paris in July - too many good books to choose from :)

Lark said...

The only one I've read is All the Light We Cannot See...but they all look like good reads. I kind of want to check out The Little Antique Shop Under the Eiffel Tower. It sounds fun.

Nadia A said...

Lark, thanks! I think that one sounds like a fun read, too :)

Tamara said...

Welcome to Paris in July again! And it looks like you've got some inspiration here for me too. I was looking for something light and easy to read - so thanks for these ideas. I'll look forward also to any posts you do on music and food. A la prochaine!

Brona Joy said...

I've only read All the Light We Cannot See & I can highly recommend it.

Good luck with your reading plans :-)

Nadia A said...

Tamara, thanks! I'm so excited :)

Brona, glad you enjoyed the Doerr book so much - I'm really looking forward to it. Thanks so much! :)