A Book: Almost Parisian, or How To Survive Your Late Twenties… In Paris

There are new readers every day and knowing this is one of the best feelings in the world. And thank you people, for your wonderful words, I don’t remember ever feeling more satisfied and grateful than when I read comments on the book.

So, I’ll be working on my adult fairy tale novella, but in the mean time, for those of you who still haven’t seen it, here it is:

almost parisian kindle cover

A girl in a loving relationship with Paris, with two best friends and a father figure she found in Pigalle, leads a perfectly designed life, in her Gare du Nord apartment, with a wonderful job and a lot of coffee.

Yet, one spilled coffee, one lost job, and one small flood later, Paris fails in always being a good idea, and manages to mock the heroine in every step. She slowly forgets what peace and boredom feels like, and learns that quarter life crisis is not only a thing, but it’s happening to her. As if that’s not enough, she finds herself batting her eye-lashes at a man she didn’t even notice before. Mothering complicated and eccentric friends, fighting with the person whose indigo shade of eyes she noticed just five minutes ago, also contributes to a chaos which is very unnerving for a person who simply doesn’t like turbulence. And when your father figure is in fact a bohemian art enthusiast who works at/owns a strip club on Pigalle, all the advice you can get puts things into a rather unique perspective.

Growing up can be quite difficult, especially when it’s happening some time after you decided you’ve completed that process. Especially when all you can think about is escaping yourself, and Paris simply won’t let you do that.

You can find it on Amazon, and you can also order a hard copy here.

So if you feel like ‘A truly Parisian read’, click away.

And thank you.


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17 thoughts on “A Book: Almost Parisian, or How To Survive Your Late Twenties… In Paris

  1. This sounds like a great book – Paris mocking the heroine in every step – love the sound of that. It’d be something different & I adore Paris!! x



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