Confessions of a Chick in Paris

Confessions of a Chick in Paris

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Moved to Paris to Write a Book, and…IT’S HERE!

September 26, 2013 , , , , , , , , , , ,

Never.forever.web (3)Is there anything else I really need to add to this post beyond that title? If you saw me right now, you would observe me inhaling deeply and smiling with satisfaction, on this exciting release day of book three in the “Year of the Chick” series.


This book (“Never or Forever”) is the reason why I didn’t blog for the last few months, and the reason why I spent many Parisian days and nights in my pyjamas writing away (I’m very excited to wear normal clothes and enjoy the city again, as I’ve got one month left in Paris to soak it all up!).

If you’ve been following along with the book series, you know where the character left off last, and if not, it’s important to note that books 1 AND 2 are FREE on Amazon for a limited time, only until September 28th as a matter of fact! Book 1 will continue to be free after that, but this is the first time book 2 has ever been free…it’s sheer craziness! So if you like romantic comedies with some edge and a not-so-fairytale vibe, go ahead and try them out! (book 1: “Year of the Chick”; book 2: “Last-Minute Love”)

Here’s the new book’s description to give you a little preview; so if you’re interested in Paris, in men (both creepy and alluring), and in the idea of asserting one’s independence and taking a new direction in life, well enjoy!

“Never or Forever” book description: 

For many people, Paris is the city of love.

Most of those people are tourists.

This turns out to be one of Romi Narindra’s first realizations, when she ditches her corporate job and moves to Paris for a year to write a book. It’s a year that will shatter illusions, assert independence, and maybe even leave some room for a love affair or two.

All the while, the past comes swirling back like a ghost with unfinished business, which raises important questions about hope and second chances.

Some things last forever, some things will never be, but one thing’s for sure: love in the modern world is not a fairy tale.

Oh well, fairy tales were never all that interesting anyway…


And to end today’s post, here’s a picture from a few days ago, when a friend and I had lunch on the riverbank after a jog; and no, I’m not sick of this glorious city yet…not even close. Viva la France!




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Congratulations and good luck with your new book!

Caddy Rowland

September 26, 2013

Thanks Caddy! 🙂


December 13, 2013

Congratulations on your latest book! I became a Romi fan as of yesterday, when I found the Year of the Chick on Wattpad and devoured it. You are super-talented and I wish you all the best with your career. 🙂


September 28, 2013

That’s so kind of you to say, thanks Sarah! 🙂


December 13, 2013

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