Monday, July 20, 2015

Paris in July - Week 3 Links

Welcome to week 3 of 2015's Paris in July. This is the 6th year I've been involved in hosting this event, and every year we experience a virtual journey through Paris via book reviews, films, memories and photo's, theatre, history, music reviews, recipes and food reviews, and many other experiences of all things French and Parisian.

Each week, I post the weekly Mr Linky - so you can leave us a link to what you're posting.... then each week I also try and post a summary post of everything happening during the event. If you haven't signed is as a participant - please do so here.. Then post your links here...



13 comments:

Arabella said...

Again thanks for hosting this event it has been heaps of fun. Just posted on an unexpected Parisian encounter at the QLD state art gallery.

Ally said...

i am so glad we are so many and while surfing from one post to the other, I get the feeling I am on Champs Elysees :)

Jeanie said...

My next post -- a few of my fave Paris books -- is up and at 'em! Thanks again for coordinating! Hope you are enjoying Le Tour!

Jeanie said...

My next post -- a few of my fave Paris books -- is up and at 'em! Thanks again for coordinating! Hope you are enjoying Le Tour!

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Thanks, Tamara, for the linkup! Luving the intro to so much French, France & Paris variety :)

Mae Travels said...

The legit posts are really full of good books to read! Paris in July continues to provide all kinds of fascinating material.

I'm confused by the goodreads posts -- they aren't links to blogs at all, and one isn't ever about Paris. Is that ok for here?

Paulita said...

Here's my weekly Dreaming of France post and I reviewed two mediocre books this week. I'm hoping the next one I read will sweep me off my feet. It's The Red Notebook. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

Tamara said...

Mae, I think you'll find Sharon is one of our participants this year and also a reviewer for goodreads. I think she's shairng the love - which is truly welcomed. But I am happy to be corrected if it;s not the case.

Teddyree said...

Sorry Tamara I accidentally reposted last weeks on this link-up. Loving the variety of everyone's posts and I'm adding to my things to do in Paris like a mad thing :)

Christine Harding said...

In the right place this time (think I may have linked two reviews last week in the wrong place). This one is about doomed love.

Arti said...

Lots of exciting blog posts to savour! Thanks again for hosting Paris in July, Tamara!

mel u said...

Great posts.

I was wondering, who do event participants feel are the three to five most culturally important Parisians of the 20th century?

My pics are Coco Chanel (post coming on The Reading Life), Sarte, and Proust

Tamara said...

Great question Mel - I'm posting later today the e-Interview I've done with Patti Miller. I'll post your question then and we'll see what responses we get.