More, More France Please. Helena Frith Powell

More More France Please Helena Frith Powell This title is a humorous biographical account of how to set up life successfully in France and avoid the mistakes of those who have gone before by the French Mistress of The Sunday Times

  • Title: More, More France Please. Helena Frith Powell
  • Author: Helena Frith Powell
  • ISBN: 9781903933770
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • This title is a humorous biographical account of how to set up life successfully in France and avoid the mistakes of those who have gone before, by the French Mistress of The Sunday Times.

    • ↠ More, More France Please. Helena Frith Powell || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ Helena Frith Powell
      307 Helena Frith Powell
    • thumbnail Title: ↠ More, More France Please. Helena Frith Powell || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ Helena Frith Powell
      Posted by:Helena Frith Powell
      Published :2019-06-22T16:52:43+00:00

    About "Helena Frith Powell"

    1. Helena Frith Powell

      Helena Frith Powell used to write the French Mistress column in The Sunday Times about living in France She has also been a regular contributor to the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph, Tatler Magazine and Harper s Bazaar.Helena is the author of More France Please, we re British, a book published in November 2004 by Gibson Square Books about her experiences in France She is also the author of a book about French women called Two Lipsticks and a Lover published in October 2005 by Gibson Square Books The paperback was published by Penguin in the US in December 2006 under the title All You Need to be Impossibly French The paperback in the UK was published by Arrow in February 2007 It was also published in Russia, Thailand and China during 2007 It was published in France in March 2008 under the title So Chic Two Lipsticks was also translated into Russian, Chinese and Thai.She is also the author of a memoir called Ciao Bella, published by Gibson Square in October 2006 and re released in 2012 Her book about ageing called To Hell in High Heels was published by Arrow in April 2008, which has been translated into several languages.Her diet book, The Viva Mayr Diet, was published by Harper Collins in May 2009 Her latest book is a novel set in France about the French art of having affairs called Love in a Warm Climate, which was published in March 2011 by Gibson Square.Helena was educated at Durham University and lived in the Languedoc region of France for eight years She now lives in Abu Dhabi with her husband Rupert and their three children Olivia, Bea and Leonardo She is editorial director of a high end fashion glossy called Masquerade magazine Her latest novel, which is about first love and set in London, will be out in the spring of 2013.

    863 thoughts on “More, More France Please. Helena Frith Powell”

    1. Dreadful book. I love books about France, being a Brit married to a Frenchman, living in France and enjoy having a chuckle at traits that I recognize. There are factual inacurracies throughout this book, starting on the first page. Ms Frith Powell talks non stop about her rich and sucessful friends, is very much based on an ex-pat, upper middle class (monnied) lifestyle, rather than normal every day life in France.


    2. As I will be realising my dream and moving to France this year, More More France Please has been a wonderful book to read. Not only for the excellent information provided, but also given with a good sense of humour. At least now I know what to expect when dealing with everyday living in France. However, as it was written some 5 years ago some of the links are no longer available - but I am so very much more informed as to the issues when I decide to purchase a house/property. A great read


    3. Good book with lots of humour describing moving to France from UK and the differences, challenges and how to live with them / get around issues. Describes the legal and practical aspects of establishing your family in a new (although very close and similar in many ways) country.



    4. very euro (brit) centric with the analogies between cultures. formatting of content is unusual. overall worth reading





    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *