Guest Post: A Paris-Themed Book Club Party

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Today, I’d like to welcome Ciara of Lost at Midnight Reviews to the Paris Month festivities! Like Meaghan from my Monday’s guest post review, Ciara is also one of the fabulous Ottawa Bloggettes that we’ve all become friends with and I’m excited to have her share their Paris-themed book club party for Paris Month this […]

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Best of Toronto Macarons: Part 4 – Overall

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Finally, part 4 of my first “Best of Toronto Macarons” series is my favourite/overall/all-around macaron place in Toronto: Nadège Patisserie. Originally with only one location in Queen West, they have expanded with a shop in Rosedale as well as some smaller boutique locations around the city. Back when the Queen St location first opened, I […]

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Waiting on Wednesday 38

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Through all the years of Paris Month, I’ve read a lot of books of both contemporary and historical fiction. Not often do I come across one that is historical fiction but also incorporates superstitions and the occult arts. I’m completely intrigued and fascinated at this book’s premise and can’t wait to read it! The cover […]

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Guest Review: The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

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Today’s guest post review is with the wonderful Jenn from Lost in a Great Book! Not only is Jenn the co-founder of Brunch Book Club with me but she has become such a close, and awesome, friend. I love the format of her reviews, and while this book isn’t out until June I’m excited to have Jenn stop […]

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Best of Toronto Macarons: Part 3 – Hidden Gems

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Part 3 of my Best of Toronto Macarons is another two-way tie, but for two separate reasons. This week, I share with you two of the hidden gems that I’ve discovered in the last few months. For some, they may not be “hidden” at all but to me, they are outside of the regular patisseries […]

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Review: The Paris Winter by Imogen Robertson

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Maud Heighton moves to Belle Époque Paris from a small English town to attend a prestigious art school, in hopes of becoming an artist. However Paris is expensive and she finds herself struggling to survive in the growing cold of winter until a friendly classmate introduces her to a woman who helps those in need by setting […]

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Waiting on Wednesday 37

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This week’s Waiting on Wednesday is a bit of a unique item. While it’s from  Chronicle Books/Raincoast Books, and it IS available on Goodreads, it’s not quite a book. This City Scratch-Off Map of Paris is a “sight-seeing scavenger hunt” which looks delightfully fun!  On the one side is an illustrated map of Paris must-see […]

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Guest Review: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

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I’m thrilled to welcome Meaghan from Feeling a Little Bookish today to Paris Month. Hailing from Ottawa, Meaghan is part of the Ottawa bloggettes and her, along with the great group of gals there, are staples to our big Toronto gatherings. I was so excited she wanted to review the newly released book by Kristin […]

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Review: The French Art of Revenge by Mark Zero

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After the passing of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, his private art collection goes up for a charity auction. During a public exhibition of the art pieces one of the paintings goes missing and war photographer Luke Johnson is accused of stealing it. His friend Benoît is kidnapped and held for ransom while Luke and […]

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Best of Toronto Macarons: Part 2 – Ambiance & Decor

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This past weekend, I started my “Best of Toronto Macarons” series with my fave place for unique flavours. Today, in part two of this new month-long series, is my favourite patisserie with the best ambiance. And it’s a tie! I’ve got two places that are up there on this list for me with the best […]

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Waiting on Wednesday 36

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I haven’t done a Waiting on Wednesday post since last year’s Paris Month! This week, I’m excited to share this upcoming book by Christine Sneed, the award-winning author of Little Known Facts. The story sounds interesting, and I absolutely love everything about the cover. The font, the photograph… it seems to evoke the elegance and glamour […]

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Review: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

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At 6 years old, Marie-Laure goes blind and her father, who works at the nearby Museum of Natural History, builds a miniature model of their neighbourhood in hopes that she would memorize it and be able to navigate on her own out in the real world. When she is 12, the Nazis occupy Paris and they […]

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Review: Untrue Colors by Veronica Forand

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Alex has fallen in with the wrong crowd when her talent for appraising art lands her in the cross-hairs of her criminal ex-boyfriend. Now on the run, she crashes a party at Professor Henry Chilton’s home and crashes right into his life. When she remarks upon one of his family heirloom paintings being a forgery, the […]

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Best of Toronto Macarons: Part 1 – Unique Flavours

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Anyone who knows me knows that I am obsessed with macarons (not to be confused with macaroons – very different and a huge pet peeve of mine at the incorrect use!!). So for this year’s Paris Month, I will be counting down the “best of” of macaron patisseries around Toronto that I love. Of course, there […]

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