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“She hadn’t been the one who was wrong, who didn’t fit. She had been this girl all along. It had been the place that was wrong. And now, here, in Paris, she would see herself clearly. She could see who she had been meant to be, now that Paris was hers.” -excerpt from The Light of Paris by Eleanor Brown
~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #118
On today’s episode of the podcast, New York Times bestselling author Eleanor Brown joins me to talk about her latest novel The Light of Paris which was just released in July. Tune in to discover her inspiration for the novel, her thoughts on the key to successful mother daughter relationships, the importance of finding the strength within ourselves to be our truest selves and her favorite thing to do in Paris. It was a pleasure to have her on the podcast and I highly recommend the novel. It was a novel I devoured in a weekend and found many quotes throughout, much like the quote above, that captured my attention as essential realizations by the characters which were wonderful reminders to the readers about the journey we each have to travel.
~Visit her website: eleanor-brown.com
~Follow her on Twitter: @eleanorwrites
~Facebook: Eleanor Brown
~Below, discover destinations visited and written about in Eleanor’s grandmother’s journal during her time in Paris during 1923-24
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