Books

cookbook englishCOOKBOOK #1: A French Girl’s Cooking Adventures in Her Kitchen

BREAKING NEWS!! My Cookbook in ENGLISH is now available for sale, you’re just a click away! Please share the news with your friends and visit my book’s page asap! There are pictures, recipes, tips, recipe alternatives, cultural info about food, etc.

You can read for free a sample of the book’s content by clicking the “preview” word (or another word depending on which country you connect from) below the book’s picture on the Lulu page (the editor). Or you can click right HERE to reach my next post, in which I give away a free sample of the book’s preview! Yay!!!

This is an achievement I’m pretty proud about, and I’m so glad I can share it with you, dear readers and followers! Let me know in the Comments section here below what you think of what you saw in the preview!

Love,

Sophie

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COOKBOOK #1COOKBOOK #1

Can you speak French? If you do, I have published today my COOKBOOK #1. You can purchase it on the Lulu Marketplace at http://www.lulu.com/shop/sophie-rebibo-halimi/cookbook-1/paperback/product-22369043.html

A short preview is available on the website, and my book can be delivered worldwide at a reasonable cost. The book includes recipes, pictures, tips, foods cultural information, etc. I had a lot of fun making it. It was at first a project I started to offer something personal to my brother for last Christmas, but I have improved it since, and turned it into that new project that finally came out today! I hope you’ll enjoy it as well as I have enjoyed making it.

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Chroniques et Anecdotes de Chine
E-BOOK of Chroniques et Anecdotes de Chine.

CHRONIQUES ET ANECDOTES DE CHINE

When I came back from China after 7 years of a crazy life made of daily discoveries and awesome experiences, I decided to share it all with the world. And with humility too. I thought i could not just come back home and pass on such details as Chinese people habits of having night walks wearing their pyjamas, or driving backwards on the highway, drinking Coke and red wine combined in the same cup, or fixing outdoor aircons on the 26th floor of a skyscraper with no safety equipment and no worry at all whatsoever…!

So far, I only have published a French version of what used to be my journal, that I have totally rewritten in 2010 to make it more readable to a larger audience. I am now working on the English version but it will obviously take me some time before it can come out.

In the meantime, if you’d like to purchase my fun stories in French language, it comes in a paperback version or in E-book. You just need to register your delivery address on the Lulu.com website right after you add the item to your cart, it only takes a few minutes and it’s really easy. Click on the book pictures to access the Ebook link direct to Lulu, and enjoy my crazy stories !

For the paperback version : Paperback of Chroniques et Anecdotes de Chine

For the Ebook version : Ebook of Chroniques et Anecdotes de Chine

10 comments

  1. I really would be interested in your book when it comes out in English. I lived in China for three years and am sure I would recognise many of your stories about the wonderful Chinese life. I still don’t miss drinking ‘bai jiu’ at official functions!!

    Lovely post – look forward to popping by to read your stories.

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    • Thank you so much Sue! Translating is a long work but hopefully this English version will come out soon. I suggest you follow my blog and/or my Facebook page to be informed when it does. Where have you lived in China? It’s funny you mention drinking baijiu, because That is something I miss! Not because I love it (although I must admit I don’t dislike it), but because it is so much part of the local culture, which I miss a lot now!

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