Tuesday, January 29, 2008

What is Caroline Tiger reading?

The latest featured contributor to Writers Read: Caroline Tiger, a Philadelphia-based freelance magazine writer and author of a few books, including a new and improved edition of The Long-Distance Relationship Guide: Advice for the Geographically Challenged and How To Behave: Dating and Sex.

Tiger has written for many different magazines -- including Philadelphia, Philadelphia Home & Garden, Boston Home & Garden, Town & Country, Real Simple, Fortune Small Business, Marie Claire, Budget Living, and New Jersey Life -- and writes the Philadelphia design blog, design-phan.

Part of her entry at Writers Read:
I'm having a Francophile moment right now having recently read Antonia Fraser's biography of Marie Antoinette followed by Caroline Weber's Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution. I didn't think I needed to read Weber's book after finishing Fraser's very thorough tome, but then I saw Weber speak at a local Alliance Francaise event, and the first thing I did when I got home was order her book. It was very much worth it -- she goes into fascinating detail about how the queen's clothing choices influenced her fate. The book reads like a novel written by a fashion junkie. [read on]
Visit Caroline Tiger's website.

Writers Read: Caroline Tiger.

--Marshal Zeringue