"I devoured this book and enjoyed myself so much I poured another glass and read it all again.”— MARK VAUGHAN-JACKSON, The Telegram
"Bobbi French writes a hilarious tale of starting over that will tempt you to run away and join the circus. Or for people like me who did, it will convince you that you did the right thing. If you wondered what Eat, Pray, Love would be like if David Sedaris wrote it... This book is for you!"— MARK CRITCH, This Hour Has 22 Minutes
“… a gem and a pleasure to read, full of non-corny inspiration, insight, and a wit and verve that never wears thin.”— CHAD PELLEY, author of Away from Everywhere & Every Little Thing
"In Finding Me in France, Bobbi French delivers a fresh, honest and downright hilarious perspective on what it’s like to pack up an entire life and start over in a small town in France. Her tales of setting up shop in the land of croissants, verb conjugations, and mortgage applications will have you laughing out loud, yearning for a pain au chocolat, and plotting a trip (or a move!) back to France."— JULIETTE SOBANET, author of Sleeping with Paris & Kissed in Paris
"Finding Me in France is a thoughtful, funny, engaging memoir … If the prose doesn't make you you want to run away to France, the pictures definitely will."— TRUDY MORGAN-COLE, author of That Forgetful Shore & By the Rivers of Brooklyn
"A delicious book … You can taste it all through her scrumptious stories and sumptuous photos. The taste is fresh and original … I fell in love with this book."— KAREN MAEZEN MILLER, author of Hand Wash Cold: Care Instructions for an Ordinary Life & Momma Zen: Walking the Crooked Path of Motherhood
About the Author
Bobbi French was born and raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. She was a practicing psychiatrist working with children and adolescents until she ran away to France where she lives with her uncommonly patient husband. She now divides her time between eating, writing and grappling with French grammar.