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Waking Up in Paris by Sonia Choquette
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Apr 02, 2019 | ISBN 9781401944476

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“Heartbroken Venus moves to Paris. Unflinchingly honest, entertaining, and real, Waking Up in Parisis an enlightened journey back to wholeness.”
— John Gray, Ph.D., #1 best-selling relationship author of all time

“In the deepest sense, life is a spiritual journey. In this incredibly heartfelt book, Sonia Choquette opens the gateway for you to accompany her and her daughter on her spiritual sojourn in Paris. Part Under the Tuscan Sun, part Eat Pray Love, and part journey of the heart. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and along the way you’ll gain valuable life lessons. And for anyone who’s starting over in life, you’ll be inspired beyond measure. Highly recommended!”
— Denise Linn, best-selling author of Energy Strands

“Are you going through a dark time, or do you know people who are? This lyrical, uplifting, and life-changing book is for you and them. It is not filled with ‘do this-do that’ instructions that might pile on to an already daunting situation. Instead, it tells a story. An honest, ‘I’ll go first’ story that will make you laugh, reflect, tear up, and open up to real-life ways to transform dark into light and recreate the quality of life you want, need, and deserve. Read it and reap!”
— Sam Horn, author of Got Your Attention?

“Never before have I come across a memoir with Paris as a spiritual teacher. Choquette expertly illustrates how when you heal internally, the external beauty is revealed. A simply wonderful read.”
— Janice MacLeodNew York Times best-selling author of Paris Letters and A Paris Year

Waking Up in Paris is about the ultimate pilgrimage we can dare to go on; it’s about the humbling and humorous process we get initiated into when we want to find true love; it’s about finally staying still, in order to heal, all the way back and all the way through. It’s about coming home, at last, to this unlit cathedral that waits for us, in our own sacred hearts.”
— Meggan Watterson, author of Reveal and How to Love Yourself (and Sometimes Other People)

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