Solitary Desire by Kim Defforge (a memoir) BOOK BLITZ

22 Apr

About Solitary Desire


A story of a woman in love with all things French, who accomplishes her dreams through hard work and determination – driven by the overwhelming desire to be who and where she was meant to be. Conveying amusing candor, Defforge takes us along on her journey as she narrates the life events that weave an emotional tapestry, from adolescent imagination to adult life situations. A true story of twists and turns and the author’s courage to follow it. Inspirational and engaging – the perfect read for those who wish to pursue their own life dreams.


“An invisible thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break. May you be open to each thread that comes into your life – the golden ones and the coarse ones – and may you weave them into a brilliant and beautiful life.”
(Chinese proverb)

The usual rite of passage, testing one’s wings so to speak, generally happens as a 20-something. So, why was I doing it as a 40-something? It’s okay, I told myself, ‘pas de problème’. I am an independent, competent, and mature adult. (Aren’t I?)

About Kim Defforge


Born in the U.S. and now, an expat living on the French Riviera. As a former French teacher, and lifelong Francophile, I currently enjoy writing: books, and sharing news, information, and amusing stories on my blog, “24/7 in France.” 


Posted by on April 22, 2013 in Blitz/Bonanza Spotlights


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2 responses to “Solitary Desire by Kim Defforge (a memoir) BOOK BLITZ

  1. ChristineWarner

    April 22, 2013 at 5:42 am

    Thanks for sharing your book on my blog Kim! Happy Sales 🙂

  2. pamelavmason

    April 29, 2013 at 8:09 am

    J’adore Paris! I feel so at home there, probably because of my french influences from New Orleans. Thanks for the highlight Christine. I am checking out Kim’s book now.


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