Author Essay

How To Pack If You’re A Book Lover

Hitha Palepu, frequent traveler, packing whiz and author of How to Pack, tells book lovers the best way to read on-the-go.

By HITHA PALEPU
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Good News for Book and Chocolate Lovers

Books and chocolate—these are a few of my favorite things.

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Author Essay

Paris: Never the Same Place Twice

The magic of Paris is that it changes to suit you at any age.

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Your Reading Life

Healing from Heartbreak Through Chick Lit

After heartbreak, one writer looks for solace in women's literature.

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Your Reading Life

Falling for a Frenchman in France

Despite the cliché, one American writer unexpectedly falls in love with a Frenchman in the most romantic city in the world.

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Author Essay

Life at Two Speeds: A Parisian View of America

A Frenchwoman in the U.S. reflects on the two cultures she straddles.

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Ina Garten’s Favorite Foodie Places in Paris

A compilation of the Barefoot Contessa's must-see, must-eat and must-drink spots in the City of Lights.

By INA GARTEN • 1 year ago
Author Essay

Carving Out a Place to Write in Paris

Nadja Spiegelman retreats to Paris to work on her memoir about the intricacies of mother-daughter relationships—if only she could find a place to write.

By NADJA SPIEGELMAN • 1 year ago
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