The Good Life France Magazine

The Good Life France Magazine brings you the best of France - inspirational and exclusive features, fabulous photos, mouth-watering recipes, tips, guides, ideas and much more...

Published by the award winning team at The Good Life France

1 year ago

Issue No. 13

A fun and festive edition: Provence, Christmas markets, brilliant book nooks in Paris, recipes, expat stories to inspire and a whole lot more - fall in love with France with us.

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A great gift for those wanting to master French pronunciation. 8 video lessons with acclaimed French teacher Geri Metz of Pronouncing French whose core teaching focuses on helping you to correctly form and pronounce French words and sound authentically French, unlearning the "Anglo-American mouth". Read our review here Win a video course with Geri and learn how to say those French words like a local! Click here to enter the draw. A lovely children's book that is just perfect for Christmas Little Noelle loves her papa and Christmas, she especially loves going to the Eiffel Tower on Christmas Day to make a wish. When one year her papa doesn't come home, Little Noelle decides to take matters into her own hands and go and find him. Beautifully illustrated, a very sweet story, great for bedtime reading... Read our review here Win a copy of this lovely book, just click here to enter the draw

A truly inspiring book about an American family who bought a 400- year-old cottage in rural France from an ad on the Internet. The heartwarming and witty memoir of les Américains, Eileen and Marty, joined by their chef-daughter Sara. Their dream of being French leads them into uncharted territory where "oh la la" takes on a whole different meaning. Be warned - this book is inspirational, if you have a hankering to live in France, reading this may tip you over the edge! Read our review here. Click here to enter the draw for this lovely book The perfect book for foodies visiting Paris… Tom Reeves of Discover Paris has spent 24 years in the city of light and knows it like a local. His book dining out in Paris shares his local knowledge of restaurants, the ones that tourists know nothing about but are loved by Parisians. Great foodie shops, coffee shops and more. Read our review here. Win a copy of this excellent book, just click here to enter the draw

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