Tag Archives: Jennifer L. Scott

Winter pleasures in Seattle

Although I find my time for reading and writing has decreased before winter break, once we are headed toward New Year’s, I expect to dip into many exciting new books and re-visit some old friends too. On my list for … Continue reading

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From blog to book: Tish Jett’s “Forever Chic”

What is it that French women have to make them seem so youthful and stylish, even hot as they age? ¬† Journalist and blogger Tish Jett has been on a journey to find out how French women maintain health, beauty … Continue reading

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From blog to book: The delicious “Lessons from Madame Chic.”

Haven’t you always wanted to peek inside someone’s house in Paris to understand how the French live so well? ¬†Luckily, Jennifer L. Scott has opened the door to us readers and shares her experience as a study abroad student living … Continue reading

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