Friday, July 16, 2010

Art Girl's Guide To Paris!

Art Girl's Guide To Paris by Stories and Photos By Carmi Cimicata

Where to begin?

I published my own guide to Paris! I can't believe I have the book right here. It is so satisfying to see something printed.

Then, I opened a book store for the book! If you would like a copy you can buy one online! Isn't the world wide web fabulous?

Finally, would you believe I set up a new blog?
Art Girl's Guide will be where I post all things Paris.
I hope you visit me there now and again!

Over the next few weeks I am planning all sorts of Paris themed crafts and give-a-ways. For today I am just going to revel in the fact that I finished this major life goal.


nancy said...

thanks-you carmi,
this is a book i will cherish forever!!

Leslie Jane Moran said...

Oohh LA LA! MON DIEU! This is so exciting! This really is a wonderful idea, and SO MUCH WORK! No wonder you've been feeling overwhelmed, with all of this on the studio table! Best of luck with this venture, I will look forward to the activities on your new blog as well. Huge CONGRATULATIONS, this is a major feat.

Irene said...

I can't say I'm surprised, you should write a book, your directions and descriptions rival J. Peterson, (you know from Seinfeld). I shall be putting it on my TBR list.

donnajean said...

I love your Paris stories and am looking forward to this new blog. You are a bit of my inspiration each morning. Thank You!

me again said...

Carmi...CONGRATULATIONS! I'm so excited for you!
Nancy was telling me last night what a gorgeous book it is and I can't wait to see it myself. I am currently working on a Blurb book too and I know how much work it takes so a big BRAVO to you for this major accomplishment. And a new blog too! Wow! I'm so happy to see these new ventures for you and I wish you every success with them :-)

Joanne Huffman said...

Congratulations. I look forward to having your book.

Suze Weinberg said...

OMG...OMG and arrived will get blogged is amazing....YOU are is fabulous and covers everything AND I think you should see if a store like Anthropologie can carry it because its the type of book thats right up their alley. DO IT...DO IT !!!