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La Vie En Rose Notes From Rural France:Diet-beauty

Susie Kelly
Susie Kelly Published in October 19, 2018, 4:50 am
 La Vie En Rose Notes From Rural France:Diet-beauty

La Vie En Rose Notes From Rural France:Diet-beauty


Cuechip Reply to on 18 July 2017
Superb look back on Susie's blogs. Always amusing, actually often Laugh out loud anecdotes of Susie's life in her French farmhouse.
The regular Bird and beastie visitations facinate me Susie clearly has an affinity with nature. Oct. 2008 left me reeling a bit but i could see the sense in trying to branch out in the beauty business while you have plenty of raw material! May 2009 i learnt a new system for planting Tomatoes!
Heck you even get a smattering of recipes in this lovely little book! What more can a girl want.
Oh, yes another in the series? Lol
This coming so soon after the lovely Sarariants, Baggypants & Elephants, i think Susies can rest on her Laurels for a couple of moths at least.
Helen Devries
Helen Devries Reply to on 8 July 2017
So many of the books about life in rural France concentrate heavily upon sunflowers, lavender, croissants and, of course, the glass of wine taken at ease on the is perpetual summer.
This collection of notes on the realities of life in la France Profonde, written with gentle humour, reveals the matters that the sunflower and lavender brigade gloss over: the dearth of rural doctors (and of rural bakers), the mischevious nature of wood stoves, the oddities of the inspection regime for septic tanks and the mysterious arrival of guinea fowl. Not to speak of the prevalence of nudity in the French health system.
Her love of rural France is clear....but not starry eyed. So when the urge to buy a cottage in France visits you, take this book in one hand, a glass of wine in the other and enjoy both.
Vivien Ogden
Vivien Ogden Reply to on 19 July 2017
Reminds me of similar daily life in Brittany., there is always something going on, funny misunderstandings, tussles with French bureaucracy, neighbours and so on.
Davy L
Davy L Reply to on 7 August 2017
La Vie En Rose is a thoroughly enjoyable read. I adore France and hearing tales of living life there. Having read all of Susie's previous books I found this one very easy to relate to. The daily activities and struggles with bureaucracy are described with Susie's customary good humour.
Nowhere is ever always perfect but the joy of rural life despite its ups and downs is very obvious and heartwarming from Susie's writings.
I have recommended her books to several of my friends and look forward with eager anticipation to future publications.
G. Brown
G. Brown Reply to on 9 April 2018
I do enjoy Susie Kellys writing, she can put across a story without rambling but in an entertaining manner, which after all is what we mostly want in a book. I am most interested in her France and any other European tales and might have read them all by now. Please keep up the good work so we can enjoy some more Susie!
ljochol Reply to on 14 September 2017
I struggled with this book it read like a building and renovation manual.disappointing.
Kindle Customer
Kindle Customer Reply to on 29 August 2018
I loved this book, it was funny, interesting, and a book I read in 2 days, it's a book that makes you laugh out loud and I adore the writer. I look forward to her new one coming soon.
Alan Ainslie
Alan Ainslie Reply to on 15 August 2017
Enjoyable, but is a blog, so not as interesting as a more carefully put together book
BigE Reply to on 6 April 2018
Nice read
David Climmer
David Climmer Reply to on 27 November 2017
Found this book both interesting and amusing.Can't wait to read other books by this author.Brilliant book about France describing her life
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