What's French for WTF? A Sitcom for Romantics by Gwen Ellery
(Paris Prats)

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Fans of sitcoms with lovably faulted characters will love this novella about two sisters and four friends stranded in Paris. A complete story at 23,000 words.

Down and out in Paris never felt so fine. Follow two sisters and four friends during their comic adventures in the City of Light. In this first sitcom of their series, Fern must call on her intervention skills to persuade her guy-crazy roommate Kimi to lay off a potential user. But what's really going on behind closed doors, and does it have anything to do with Fern's newly empty bank account? Fern's friendships are tested and her loyalties divided. Will her romantic dreams survive the riot girls, a much-sought-after chamber pot, and the incident of the flying falsie?

What readers are saying about this sitcom series for your e-reader

"I loved reading this story. It is funny and down to earth."
"Just the right length, this story left me eager for more in the future."

Note: this is a novella, or short novel, and a complete story at 23,000 words. It's like a sitcom for your e-reader. Each novella in the series stars the same cast of characters in a uniquely different story.


First Place, James D. Phelan Literary Award
First Place, Romancing the Novel Award
Presidential Scholar in the Arts
National Recognition and Talent Search Award
Apprenticeships in Fiction, sponsored by the Arts Council England

What's French for WTF? is rated PG due to references to off-stage sex. In essence, however, the story is good clean fun with a long-running sweet romance.


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About Gwen Ellery

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Published January 7, 2014 by Night Bloom. 78 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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