First off, I am very very jealous of this woman. She is a parisian, opera de paris frequenter and an author. Don’t forget her law student status also!
Born in France, raised partly in the United States and in France, Anna Adams grew up loving stories in French and English.
Anna currently lives in Paris where she studies at la Sorbonne as a Law Student.
She’s the author of the French Girl series for which she is writing the final installment.
When she isn’t writing, Anna is busy hanging out with friends in the Marais, going to the movies in the Bercy Village, checking out exhibitions at the Louvre, going to the Opéra de Paris and shopping on Haussmann Boulevard.
When she isn’t in Paris, Anna likes to travel in Europe and dreams of going to Asia and Africa.
Anna Adams also loves to hear from her readers at this address:
You can also add her on Facebook and Twitter.
Anyway, jealousies aside, so while in author mode she wrote the novel A French Girl in New York, a story about…a french girl in New York. Here is the (much more professional) summary:
Maude Laurent is a spirited 16 year-old orphan who grew up in a small, provincial town in the North of France with a passion for piano and a beautiful voice. One day in Paris, she is discovered by an American music producer who takes her to New York to live with him and his close-knit family while producing her first album, with help from teen pop star, Matt. Maude will dive into a new fascinating world discovering New York City, music, family, love and the truth about her past.
I was really excited to hear about a story about a pianist interweaved with a realistic romance and a relatable world. Well I wish that I’d be able to relate to Paris, but as I said; jealousies are to be put away. The young adult novel is a lovely light read and just to add, I love the cover! It reminded me of Nina Ricci’s ‘Nina’ perfume and hey look Nina’s french! Coincidence?
So now I am spreading the word. Currently, this book is free on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Apple iBooks (Apple would be a very proud daddy, I remembered to make the ‘i’ lower case. True apple citizen).
Free book = free happy. Enjoy.