Category Archives: Paris

Best Florist Sign Ever.


This was a picture on Facebook.  In my romance novel An Affair of the Heart, I have a tough Parisian florist, Madame Tran.  I ma do more with her.     Jimmy took his taxi down to Rue St. Honore … Continue reading

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Pour mes lecteurs français.


Vous remercier à mes lecteurs français aujourd’hui. S’il vous plaît me permettre de savoir que vous lisez sur le blog et me dites que vous êtes en intéressé.

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Screwed.


Dominique Strauss-Kahn missed his opportunity to be elected President and screw France.  He tried to screw a maid in a Manhattan hotel and was screwed there.  Now he tried setting other people up to be screwed and got screwed.  All … Continue reading

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Update on Affaire de Coeur de Paris.


I came up with the parents for my heroine’s , parents.  Picture the mother as Phylicia Rashad in the Cosby show, only more of a snob, the father as a cross between Herman Cain and Al Roker.  Now THERE is … Continue reading

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Pere Lachaise Cemetery


In my romance novel, I am writing about my couple in Pere Lachaise cemetery.  Heck of a place for a first date, but it seemed fitting. All sorts of famous people are buried there.  Chopin, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, to … Continue reading

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A Paris Affaire de Coeur.


A Paris Affaire de Coeur by Michael Charton Jimmy Joyce wanted to live up to the name of the famous writer James Joyce.  The tough Southie boy worked his way through Boston College.  No one in the neighborhood dared call … Continue reading

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Hotel El Dorado and Cour St. Pierre


These are within three blocks of one another in the 17e Arrondisement of Paris.  I stayed in the Hotel El Dorado at 18 Rue des Dames. The main street, Avenue de Clichy is a 24 hour busy street.  The side … Continue reading

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