Do you like books about Paris and France? Here are some top recommendations from your favourite Paris Book Club at The Earful Tower.
New episode: A chat with Katrina Lawrence, a beauty journalist and certified Francophile.
Here’s how to listen to Paris On Air, narrated by Oliver Gee (and with the help of about 20 other characters!)
We all know it’s important to say “bonjour” no matter where you in in France. That’s hardly a secret. But there’s no better way to get a conversation going than to ask “ca va?” directly afterwards. Let me explain…
New podcast: Adam Biles from Shakespeare and Company talks about the lockdown, Tumbleweeds, and his favourite author interviews.
If I can’t get to the US in person, then I’ll do the book tour virtually! Here’s the itinerary.
My memoir, Paris On Air, is now available for shipping to the US…. from the US!
New episode: I’ve somehow opened a magical time portal and got Ernest Hemingway on the phone.
New episode: It’s David Lebovitz talking about French drinks, the 11th arrondissement, and his new book.
New episode: Today’s chat is with model Caroline de Maigret, who has just published a book about ageing called Older But Better, But Older. We chat about the ninth arrondissement, fashion, and crepes!
New episode: It’s author Elaine Sciolino back on the podcast to chat about her new book The Seine: The River That Made Paris.
New blog post: The campaign was successful! Paris On Air will be a book! Now it’s time to plan the tour!
New episode: I wrote a book! Here’s the inside word on my Paris memoir (and how you an order a copy).
It’s here: The Earful Tower’s complete guide to Paris.
New episode: It’s author David Downie talking about the Marais, walking across Paris, and how to sneak into courtyards.
New episode: It’s bestselling author Ann Mah in the studio for this week’s podcast episode.
New episode: Penelope Fletcher from The Red Wheelbarrow bookshop is on the podcast, talking about good books, the Luxembourg Gardens, and her favourite arrondissement.
New episode: Here’s a chat with Sydney Zekley, one of the booksellers from along the River Seine.