Monthly Archives: March 2016

Novels set in Nantes

Mar 14, 2016 |

Finding novels set in Nantes is proving much more difficult than I thought.  C S Forester’s Hornblower barely touches the ground in the city of Nantes. I need a narrative where the French urban space is almost a character itself.  This morning, though, with Google and Amazon, I found these two novels by Paul Louis […more]

Reading Feast

Mar 5, 2016 |

This weekend is turning into a reading feast of travel writing on Finistère.  I subscribed to the travel writing magazine, hidden europe, back in 2015 and in my third issue, actually issue number 48, the central feature covers the chapels of Finistère, contributed by Patricia Stoughton.  In her thoroughly researched piece, in keeping with the […more]