Paris in Color at Shakespeare & Company

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Paris in Color at Shakespeare & Company

Most of you know I studied English Literature in college. Six lovely years with my nose in books. Many books. And like many English majors, I romanticized (ah, heck, still do) Paris' cafe and literary culture in the 20s. Shakespeare & Company is ground zero in that literary fantasy, despite its changes since. So you can imagine my delight when Ryan Fox and Kristi Roberts posted a photo on Facebook of it at Shakespeare & Company.  Paris in Color next to Salinger, Shakespeare and Neruda? I know it's silly, but I wanted to jump out of my skin. Thank you Ryan and Kristi!

24 comments

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Greg Grimsley

Excellent!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Shannon Baker

Strange. My last comment linked me up with the wrong blog. Oh yeah, and apparently I can’t spell ’there". Anyway, I still love your blog and your book. Thanks for being so inspiring.

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Shannon Baker

How fun would it be to buy it ther and get the Shakespeare and Co. store stamp in it!
I love that place!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Jane

As a fellow English major and Francophile, I can totally appreciate this! Amazing! Congrats!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Anne

This is it Nicole, French literary heaven. And you’re there! Yay!!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Janice MacLeod

I zipped over there yesterday and they were all sold out. Do not fret. I asked at the desk and they said they had a lot and they all sold very quickly. “Seems we can’t order them fast enough,” she said. The next order is due to arrive shortly. Super exciting!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by vicki archer

That is super exciting…. I would be doing a little jump too… Congratulations…. xv

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Louise

Oh yes, of course you do! what a gorgeous book, totally worthy of such a place, how amazing it must feel to see it there! I am eagerly awaitng my copy in the post. Lovely work.

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by Dena

Congratulations! I have just begun reading your website. Well done. I look forward to getting the book some day!

Jul 19, 2014 • Posted by California Girl

Many congratulations to you. I am also an English major whose favorite period in Am Lit is 1920s Paris ex pats. What a thrill to see your book in such a storied (forgive the pun) place.

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