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Paulita Kincer I wrote a blog post about this today (Jan. 8, 2015). I'm torn between three novels that I've written a big chunk of. One is a sequel to The Summer of…moreI wrote a blog post about this today (Jan. 8, 2015). I'm torn between three novels that I've written a big chunk of. One is a sequel to The Summer of France, my first novel. It's title Autumn in Aix. Another, A Charm of Finches, is about a 32-year-old agoraphobic woman who decides to change her life through feng shui. The third is Paris Runaway, about a divorced mom who chases her daughter who ran away to Paris. If you want to know more, I'll post the link here. And stay tuned to see which one I finish first. Here's the link to my blog post An Avalanche of Words(less)
Paulita Kincer My most recent novel, Trail Mix, was inspired by some real life circumstances. One of my good friends, Sheila, is an awesome dieter. She can last on…moreMy most recent novel, Trail Mix, was inspired by some real life circumstances. One of my good friends, Sheila, is an awesome dieter. She can last on any diet, but she refuses to exercise. I'm kind of the opposite. I exercise most days of the week, but try to tell me I can't eat a certain kind of food and I obsess about it. So that was the basis for the two main characters.
My husband has been hiking the Appalachian Trail, doing sections for several years, and I thought it might be a great place for these characters to combine exercise and diet.
Of course, their true reasons for escaping home come through in the novel. It's not just about dieting, but about coming to terms with their changing roles as mothers, wives, and friends.
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The Summer of France

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Trail Mix

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I See London, I See France

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In August, Earl flew back to the States to help the kids cut through some red tape. He was returning through Paris, and our friends had agreed to lend us their car for the fall months.  There was a gap of just a few hours between their departure and his arrival, so I went to meet him to bridge the gap.
I had a day to spend in Paris while I waited for Earl to arrive. Not since my days as an au pa... Read more of this blog post »
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Apparently this is one of a series of books about five sisters, called Bennett Sisters Mystery. I haven't read any of the others, but this one stands alone without too much requirement for backstory.
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I can't imagine running to Paris for an emergency instead of for sheer pleasure, but that's what happens in That Spring in Paris by Ciji Ware.
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I read the first two books by Sally Christie in the Mistresses of Versailles series and enjoyed them, but my favorite might be this final book The Enemies of Versailles. The books stand alone, but it's intriguing to read them in order to see how King ...more
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In the novel Abby's Journey by Steena Holmes, the author tells the story of Abby, a 20-year-old girl who has battled illness all of her life, suddenly healthy for a year.
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