Well, whadaya know, I have a blurb. I got myself an early birthday present and I just published my SECOND BOOK BABY CALLED And it goes like this: With a suitcase in one hand, and a cat carrier in the other, Anais Michel arrives in Paris, determined to find the person she left behind – herself. But things are not exactly the way she left … Continue reading “Anais From Montmartre” is finally here.
It’s been two years and many deleted pages and first drafts since I published Almost Parisian, but in a matter of days I hope I can finally change the name of that category up there from MY BOOK to MY BOOKS. Which means, I finished writing, editing and cover designing Book No. 2. I even have a title, which, you’ll agree is SO HARD TO … Continue reading The Second Book
I work as a social media specialist (among other things), and like every job you can do from home, that also gives people the impression that ‘it’s not like you’re doing anything’, or ‘it’s just you browsing Facebook’, it can have minor setbacks. So let’s see. Freelancers get the most shit from people, because: It’s not like you’re going to work, or something. (Exactly, however, … Continue reading Clients From Hell
I’m happy to announce that today, you can download Almost Parisian: How To Survive Your Late Twenties… In Paris for free! Last time I did a free promo, I was thrilled with the results and number of downloads, which means readers, which means all the lovely comments I got from them. So there you have it, the book about the (almost) Parisian girl, kicked out of … Continue reading Almost Parisian: Free Promotion for Kindle!
First of all, Almost Parisian is the new title of Coffee, Cigarettes and Crisis. Since it’s only my first and I was learning along the way, some careful research got me the conclusion that, no matter how much I thought the title was super adequate, it simply sounds like a ‘how-to’ book on giving up smoking. Add the indie cover (which I loved, but made … Continue reading Almost Parisian: A new title, new cover and the whole experience.
Once upon a time, in a conveniently unnamed French kingdom, lived a girl with the absolute highest tolerance threshold in the world. In a tragic event, she had lost her mother, and since the rules of society are merciless in fairy-tales, her father remarried, not to a darling, kind woman he fell in love with, but a bitchy, dreadful mistress of Satan, who brought two … Continue reading Glass Slippers and a Reality Check – How CINDERELLA Should Be Told
*Disclaimer: This is just bits and pieces from a ‘Work In Progress’. I’m not a witch. That’s exactly what a witch would say, though. But nah.* Rule Number One: A witch never lies. Disney Bad Girls Avery Style by Alias-Hugo on DeviantArt No, actually, that’s totally untrue, because witches do lie. Because, if someone asks me, ‘Are you, like, a witch’, I’ll go, ‘Uh, no..?’ … Continue reading Rule number one: A witch never lies.
I love this day. You know why? Today my book, Almost Parisian is on a free promotion on Amazon. Now, I’m a very serious person and I don’t do jumping with joy, so I just can’t post a gif or a video of me doing that. That’s why I will present you with this young woman who has received a text from her crush to show … Continue reading A very happy day, because everyone can read my book
First part of Chapter Twenty Four. I had twenty pages of fictional story I invented in front of me, and no coffee to ponder over it like a respectable writer. As it was getting brighter outside, my reflection in the computer screen started to form slowly, and that’s when I saw that I still have the towel on my head. Oh my God, I’m going … Continue reading It’s perfectly normal to roam Paris in your pajamas, right? No?