Blog Tour Guest Post & Exclusive Book Trailer Premiere: Creeps’ Darren Hynes


About 2 weeks ago, I shared my review of Creeps – a powerful and emotional story about bullying. While the blog tour ended up being pushed a week later, I’m thrilled to still be a part of it, closing up the tour with a guest post by the author, Darren Hynes as well as be […]

Guest Post: 48 Hours in Paris


I first discovered Norma’s blog My Beautiful Paris via Twitter and immediately became a fan. (The colours of her website are inspired by macarons!) I reached out to her to see if she’d like to participate in this year’s Paris Month and gave me a few options of articles from her site to share. This […]

Guest Post: Literary Paris Tour – A Book Lover’s Guide to Paris


Today, I’d like to welcome travel writer Katie O’Hara to Paris Month. This was a pleasant surprise, as I was contacted by Matt @ Rosetta when I was initially querying for people who might be interested in guest posting for Paris Month. And what a fitting topic for this blog! Katie O’Hara is a travel […]

Guest Post: Researching The Painted Girls in Paris


I am so unbelievably honoured to welcome Cathy Marie Buchanan, author of the best selling The Painted Girls, to Paris Month today! Introduced to The Painted Girls via the Harper Collins Canada blog tour, I immediately knew this was a book I was going to enjoy. Paris, art & ballet? What’s not to love? I actually […]

Guest Post Review: Kiki de Montparnasse by Catel & Bocquet


Today I’d like to welcome Christa @ More Than Just Magic, who is a fellow comic book fan! The graphic novel she is reviewing for Paris Month is one that we both picked up last year at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival! I’m a 24 year old lover of speculative fiction and Canadian literature. I’m […]

Guest Post: A French Girl’s Top 3 French Pastries


I am so excited to welcome my good friend (and bridesmaid!) Lisa to Paris Month! I really wanted to get her take on something Paris-related since she grew up in France. We met almost 4 years ago through work and she constantly amazes me with how good her English has become, not just in casual […]

Guest Post: Why Paris? by Kat Kruger


Last week, I shared my review of the fabulous “werewolves in Paris” book, The Night Has Teeth by Kat Kruger. (Where you can win a signed copy!) Today, I’d like to welcome Kat to share why she chose to set her book in Paris! Author bio from The Night Has Teeth: Kat Kruger is a freelance writer […]

Guest Post: The Magic of Paris

Photo Credit: Emilie @ Emilie's Book World

Today, I’d like to welcome Emilie @ Emilie’s Book World to Paris Month with her guest post on why Paris is such a magical place to her! (Just look at the gorgeous photos she’s included with this post.. I love that first one… it just exudes “magic”. ) From Emilie’s blog bio: I am an […]

Guest Post: Getting Engaged in Paris

Photo Courtesy of Siobhan @ Conversations of a Reading Addict

How perfectly romantic! Today, I welcome Siobhan @ Conversations of a Reading Addict to Paris Month to share her story of how she got engaged in this romantic city! From Siobhan’s blog bio: I am a 23 year old who loves everything to do with books and aspires to make a career out of it […]

Guest Post: Shakespeare & Company


When I was in Paris last year, my friend and I went on a bit of a roundabout wild goose chase to find this bookstore before realizing we had walked right by the street that it was on. (My personal photos of S & Co.) Today I am so excited to welcome my good friend (and […]

[Guest Post] Swoon-Worthy Sundays: Lizzie Bennet Diaries


Today, I’d like to welcome Tiffanie from Mostly YA Lit for a guest post edition of Swoon-Worthy Sundays! I’m very excited for this week’s feature since I don’t know much about the Lizzie Bennet Diaries, and yet I’ve been hearing everyone talk about it over the last little while! I’m so excited to be sharing […]

Cover Reveal & Guest Post: Karen Schreck’s While He Was Away


I’m thrilled to be part of the SPECIAL EDITION black & white cover reveal for While He Was Away and to share a guest post by author Karen Schreck on how inspiration can come from anywhere. Synopsis from Goodreads: One year–he’ll be gone for one year and then we’ll be together again and everything will be […]

Blog Tour Review & Guest Post: The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress


The Friday Society follows the lives of three clever & capable women, all three assistants to powerful men in turn of the century London. Cora, a lab assistant to an inventor often found in opium labs, Nellie, a magician’s assistant to the highly-acclaimed Great Raheem, and Michiko, a Japanese fight assistant whose employer can’t understand […]

Secrets & Lies Blog Tour: Lies That Bind by Lisa & Lauren Roecker


Welcome to my stop on the Secrets & Lies blog tour for the 2nd book in The Liar Society series, Lies That Bind. Originally, this blog tour stop was to include reviews of both the first & second book, but half the package seemed to have gotten lost in the mail so the reviews will […]