If you’re a Francophile and you keep a mini-collection of contemporary books on Parisian journeys, add My Paris Dream to the shelf.
Betts, an award-winning magazine editor and author, shares her coming-of-age story of living and working in Paris, France shortly after graduating from college. Her anecdotes finding her own way through the city and industry are absolutely fascinating—one story about Christian Louboutin is a favorite.
While reading Betts’s story, I can’t help but be slightly envious of her background (Princeton) and ability to pursue such an illustrious career in the City of Light (Fairchild Publications).
With that being said, it’s clear that she worked hard for it and getting there wasn’t a piece of cake—building her professional credibility, navigating cultural differences and dealing with the loneliness of living abroad takes an extraordinary level of concerted effort.
My Paris Dream is the perfect inspirational story to move and motivate its readers.
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