I was asked that question twice in the past five days. A good question, since I am not a writer by education nor trade. An excellent question, since I write novels and screenplays, in English and in French. To be honest, I had to pause and think about it. Was it a life-long dream to … More Why Do You Write?
I was walking back home from work the other evening when I noticed a small shop on Lexington Avenue I had never seen before. I stepped in and discovered a thrift store, selling good quality clothes, accessories and home décor at unbeatable prices. I started the hunt. I first went through the tops, skirts and … More Thrifting in New York City
A few weeks ago, my husband and I were walking back from Chelsea Market towards the subway station on 23rd street, when we passed this ordinary-looking building: There was nothing particular about the building itself, but then I looked up and saw the sign Historic Guesthouse. My curiosity was immediately piqued. We walked in and … More Hidden Gems in New York (part 1): The Leo House
I met Arthur at the Writers’ Digest Conference in New York last summer. We chatted, exchanged business cards and when I checked his website: Tales of Our Time (R)… Uncommon Fiction, I wanted to find out more about his work as a writer. We agreed to meet and over a pot of tea, he told … More A Conversation with Author Arthur Davis