Petite Anglaise (Kindle ePUB Pdf) By Catherine Sanderson


  • 340
  • Petite Anglaise
  • Catherine Sanderson
  • English
  • 05 July 2017
  • 9780718153045

10 thoughts on “Petite Anglaise

  1. says:

    Although I found the book compulsively readable great beach read and the writing lovely although there was some heavy handed phrases which made me wince I had a very difficult time connecting with and having sympathy for the narrator Catherine whom I found to be a self absorbed and a touch too infatuated with her blog fame I was expecting to

  2. says:

    Boy oh boy Well I have only myself to blame for reading another of one of these stupid memoires The sole insight this book offers i

  3. says:

    Purchased during a spate of Francophilia this book was in the travel section of my local superstore outlet As th

  4. says:

    This was a really well written memoir about a British woman living in Paris She is living with a man who refuses to marry her and they have a daughter together Eventually the relationship falls apart and she writes about moving out and dating other people The book started as a blog and than just rehashing blog posts she writes about how blogging affected the course of events At one point she keeps dating a guy she's just

  5. says:

    I loved that this book was about love and Paris but that is as far as my love for this book went The main character and author Catherine Sanderson is uite self absorbed and selfish It is hard to find any sympathy for her character as she destroys her family for a possible future happiness with a man she meets on her new

  6. says:

    Petite Anglaise is a memoir by Catherine Sanderson based on her blog of the same name In 2004 on a whim Catherine decided to start up a blog about a thirty something British woman living in Paris A year after she started t

  7. says:

    Well hmmm I had so wanted this to be good and my own hype regarding it has no doubt caused me to judge it harshly I had read a few blog posts

  8. says:

    Hard to read in that No don't go in there

  9. says:

    EhThat was my first reaction after finishing Catherine Sanderson’s memoir about life as a Parisian blogger extraordinaire And how her life or less falls apart as a direct result of itAlthough initially lured to the city of lights from joll

  10. says:

    When I got this book I hadn't read anything for real in a very long time And when I say for real I mean all the words from cover to cover I skip read or skimmed almost everything even things I really wanted to consume or enjoySanderson's book was exactly the right pace and tone to get me back into the mode of reading again I enjoyed her wor

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Petite Anglaise

With disarming honesty about Paris life about the confines of her hollow relationship with Mr Frog and about the wonder and pain that comes with being a mother she finds a new purpose to her day As Petite Anglaise Catherine rega. This was a really well written memoir about a British woman living in Paris She is living with a man who refuses to marry her and they have a daughter together Eventually the relationship falls apart and she writes about moving out and dating other people The book started as a blog and than just rehashing blog posts she writes about how blogging affected the course of events At one point she keeps dating a guy she s just not that into because it spices up her posts Her friend wisely tells her to put herself first and her readers second It was a very engaging read and much easier to connect to than most recent chick lit I ve read

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Ins her confidence and makes virtual friends including one charismatic and single Englishman who lives in Brittany James And after meeting James one evening in a bar Catherine feels she has regained her ability to fall in love t. Hard to read in that No don t go in there kind of way Hard to put down for the same reason

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Living in Paris with her partner the workaholic Mr Frog and their adorable toddler Tadpole Catherine decides to alleviate the boredom of her metro boulot dodo routine by starting a blog under the name of Petite Anglaise Writing. Although I found the book compulsively readable great beach read and the writing lovely although there was some heavy handed phrases which made me wince I had a very difficult time connecting with and having sympathy for the narrator Catherine whom I found to be a self absorbed and a touch too infatuated with her blog fame I was expecting to read about a woman who dreams of living in Paris and who makes HER life home and career there Instead I found a woman who defines her life by the men who inhabit it and the dedicated readers of her blog I never got to know Catherine as a person beyond the men beyond the blog and I was left wondering what kind of emotional growth did she really makeOther than tender moments with her very lovely daughter Tadpole at times I found Catherine insufferable living her life as a soap opera in order to whet the appetites of her readers and too often relying on her blog to make the communications and connections one should make in REAL life This book is timely however when we re all discussing oversharing and how our online personas affect our lives offline so on that level the book posited some very interesting uestions Yet bits of dialogue like this made me shudderAnd obviously Petite Anglaise can t resist playing to her audience a bit I ll admit that And I m sure my speaking voices isn t the same as her writing voice I came to this book wanting to know about Catherine and left it learning about Petite who seemed and of a flight of fancy


About the Author: Catherine Sanderson

I'm a thirty six year old Brit who was bitten by the French bug while still at school and dreamed of living in France long before I'd tasted my very first croissant After studying for a Modern Languages degree I moved to Paris in 1995 Thirteen years later I'm still hereI created my blog 'petite anglaise' back in July 2004 while I was working as a bilingual secretary It was a hobby which was