Read: The Siren of Paris

Bonjour everyone! It's a wonderful French  Friday here at French Pemberley and today I am sharing a previous post that tells the tale of a wonderful the author himself! I am talking about  David Leroy's book, "The Siren of Paris", which was worth sharing again!As you may or may not know, I have been plodding away at a second Master's in History and my most recent class was on the French Revolution and I am … [Read more...]

Ten Dollar Dinners with French Flair

I love to cook which is a good thing. With 5 kids who are home all day with me (we homeschool) and a husband who most of the year works from home, most days (unless I am traveling) find me cooking 3 meals for 7 people. I am always looking for good recipes and if they can help keep the food budget down (more money for traveling!) all the better, and so the title, Ten Dollar Dinners: 140 Recipes & Tips to Elevate Simple, Fresh Meals Any … [Read more...]

How to Start a Jane Austen Bookclub

In 2008, I fell in love with Jane Austen. In 2011  I had the pleasure of visiting the house where she grew up, in Chawton Village, England, followed by the experience of visiting Winchester Cathedral where she is buried. 2011 was also the year I set a personal goal for myself to read all 6 of Jane Austen's novels (Pride & Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Emma, Persuasion, NorthHanger Abbey and Mansfield … [Read more...]