And #29 in the Kindle Store Humor. Thank you, Readers!
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https://gofund.me/1fd40571 A few years ago, I wrote my memoir, Frenched , about working as an American au pair in France, a French teacher in the US, and an administrator for a stateside French company. The book is chock full of humorous and poignant anecdotes, which I believe would entertain people if they read it. In Fall of... Continue Reading →
Judge, 29th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards. "This book is exemplary in its structure, organization, and pacing. The structure of the chapters/parts aid in a compelling organization of the story or information. The pacing is even throughout and matches the tone/genre of the book. Great chapters. One pulled you into the next. I loved... Continue Reading →
I am very honored to have received an Honorable Mention from Writer's Digest for my memoir, Frenched! I hope you enjoy reading it!
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Happy Holidays! For December 26th and 27th, my book is available to download for free. Enjoy! https://www.amazon.com/Frenched-Memoir-Elizabeth-Dupont-ebook/dp/B07Z9K8Z63/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=frenched+memoir&qid=1577366118&sr=8-1
In Paris when I heard the news, I was shocked that Princess Diana had died, and so close to where I lived too. I walked to the scene of the accident and took a few pictures. These statues were nearby, one of which depicts Queen Astrid of Belgium who also died in a car... Continue Reading →
From The Family in the Mountains, I made my way to Paris and never looked back. For all of 1997 and the first half of 1998, I lived in France. In this photograph of The Eiffel Tower, one can see the countdown toward the year 2000, so I believe I captured this shot just into... Continue Reading →