I am very proud! Since my book, Paris: Delight in the City of Light was featured in the Michigan State Alumni magazine, my sales on Amazon have soared and I have received a host of delightful reviews. This one was posted by a customer yesterday and I just had to share:
"It's been 10 years since we've honeymooned in Paris and this softcover travelogue by Anne Reeves reminds us of the precious and personal memories that make a visit to the City of Lights so special. Most travel guides provide the standard information and photos of famous sites (Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Notre Dame, bridges over Seine etc). While these sites should certainly be on everyone's itinerary, this book captures the sublime moments that stick with you over the years - window displays of pastries, baubles or ribbons, rooftop panoramas from the Sacre Coeur, a whimsical pink cottage off the Champ Elysees, the perfect brunch laid out on your courtyard table, the endless offerings of the perfect dessert. The missing narrative of the opening scenes in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris, this book fills a unique niche you won't find elsewhere.
Leafing through Paris-Delight in the City of Light is like spending the afternoon on the couch with your best friend, and being treated to her photos, tidbits and tales of her recent trip to Paris. Each page has a bright photos and personal captions, sure to trigger memories in those who have visited, and likely spurring a motivation to travel for those who have not. A perk of website addresses for the hotels, haberdasheries and pastry shops is appreciated and will be put to use. Leave the heavy lifting of travel planning to a Rick Steves or Michelin guide; pack this lightweight coffee table book in your carry-on to guide you to the more subtle delights of Paris." - J.W. on Amazon
Thank you, J.W.! You are very kind.
photo: statue of Mary Stuart/Mary Queen of Scots by par Jean-Jacques Feuchère in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris, France