You’ve got the sensible walking shoes and the trusted guidebook. What else do you need to know when navigating the streets and many nuances of Paris, France? Here are few hard-earned tips for navigating the city with ease and an insider’s confidence….
For more insider tips on navigating Paris like a local, pick up a copy of my book “Paris in Stride: An Insider’s Walking Guide” (Rizzoli). It’s celebrating its first birthday today. Want to keep the book love going? Gift a copy to a friend, request it at your local museum gift shop or indie bookstore, recommend it to a friend who’s headed to Paris and leave an Amazon review. And thank you sincerely if you’ve done any of the above. Its success is all thanks to you. -jkw
The holidays aren’t just about generosity, but also graciously supporting those who have created their own small businesses outside of flash sale capitalism. Here are a few tips on how to lend a hand this holiday season, some don’t even require spending money….
In the same spirit, my Etsy shop is freshly updated just in time to pick the ideal gift for the Francophile in your life, including lots of new mix-and-match Paris prints, postcards and sticker packs. And of course, my book “Paris in Stride: An Insider’s Walking Guide” (Rizzoli) can easily be tucked under your arm on your next trip to Paris or snugly into a stocking, purchased *preferably* at your favorite independent bookstore or on Amazon. If you have the book already, be a pal and leave a glowing Amazon review here. It really helps out a young author like myself.
Looking for a signed copy of “Paris in Stride” in Paris? I went on a Sharpie bender at Gagliani Bookstore 224 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris. Pick up a signed copy there.