Best of Blog in France

Best of Blog in France

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by Stephanie Dagg
     
 

Five years ago in 2006 we left our large, brand new house in Co. Cork, which we’d built ourselves, for a two-hundred-year-old hovel in Creuse, France.


Why, oh why?


We wanted to change our lives and we've certainly done that.


I began my blog detailing our experiences in 2009 and it's become very popular. Here's a

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Overview

Five years ago in 2006 we left our large, brand new house in Co. Cork, which we’d built ourselves, for a two-hundred-year-old hovel in Creuse, France.


Why, oh why?


We wanted to change our lives and we've certainly done that.


I began my blog detailing our experiences in 2009 and it's become very popular. Here's a selection of entries from its first two years arranged January to December.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032875918
Publisher:
Stephanie Dagg
Publication date:
11/15/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
302,040
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

I'm an English ex-pat living in France with my family and a lot of animals, including llamas and carp. I was a bestselling author in Ireland, where we lived for 15 years before we moved to our new home here. I've recently relaunched my writing career, but this time as an indie ebook author and publisher. It's the twenty-first century after all!

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Best of Blog in France 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting read. Informative about rural life in France but some of the posts are statistic-heavy and I found myself in need of English translation every few pages
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this blog...wish to know more about this charming family and their interesting and unusual transplanted life!
chrisincalifornia More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. This was a family that had reinvented itself by moving from Ireland to Creuse France. The stories about day to day life in their home on acreage complete with llamas and other animals was delightful. The children were immersed in their new culture, attending french schools and taking part in events in their village. This story reminded me of "A year in Provence" and day to day blogging made me smile. This book will be interesting to people who love to travel and experience different cultures along the way. I enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you Stephanie Dagg. I hope there are other books out there that you have written in blog form. Thanks from a California reader
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