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Paris My Sweet by Amy Thomas

Paris My Sweet is Amy Thomas’ story of living in Paris, where she was able to indulge her love of everything French. Dark chocolate, bonbons, Nutella Crepes, macarons, pain au chocolate, croissants, carrot salted-caramel cupcakes, baba au rhum, (personally, I think rum smells like the stuff that is used to wash hospital floors, but I would eat baba au rhum), madeleines, truffles, tarts, even… 299 more words

Book Reviews

Paris, My Sweet: A Year in the City of Light (and Dark Chocolate) by Amy Thomas

In my last post about The Sweet Life in Paris, I mentioned that my friend Lilla lent me a book. This is the book…and I do so wish I had read it a couple years earlier, before I went to France and New York, because Amy Thomas give soooooooooooo many recommendations on where to find all sorts of sweets in both cities. 112 more words

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221b Con Book Club!

I am absolutely thrilled to announce that 221b Con, the Holmes-themed convention happening April 10th-12th in Atlanta, Georgia, has selected my first Sherlock Holmes novel, … 55 more words

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Oh February how I love thee

Happy Sunday!

It is February 1st and I adore this month. February is my birthday month…and it happens to be a month representing LOVE. To me it represents celebration, roses, sweets, pink, romance…all things I am utterly fond of. 535 more words


Turning Secular into Sacred

Seeing the sacred in anything that helps us experience beauty or challenges us to think in a new way is akin to turning water into wine, I’ve always thought.  670 more words

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Breakfast with a mentor

Recently, I read an autobiographical novel about a writer living in Paris and discovered that the author pretty much has my dream career. Along with books, she writes advertising copy, newspaper articles, and even a blog. 776 more words


The Sherlock Holmes Society of London reviews The Detective the Woman and the Silent Hive

“Amy Thomas isn’t the first to make Irene Adler the focus of a series, but the way she develops the woman’s relationship with Sherlock Holmes is particularly appealing. 97 more words

Sherlock Holmes And Arthur Conan Doyle