My Interview with TeriGigi + Marie Antoinette & The Hidden Door of Versailles

Today I'm interviewing the fabulous Teri Reynolds on her new book,Marie Antoinette and the Hidden Door of Versailles.

Here is the book's description:

Follow Marie Antoinette on an unexpected journey where she must choose between love and duty. Place: The Palace of Versailles Date: November 1773 A young Marie Antoinette has left her home in Austria and fulfilled her duty to marry Louis XVI. Late one night she steps through a hidden door and enters a world she does not know or understand. She must find courage and resourcefulness in order to survive. On her journey she encounters 2 strangers: a young man who seems honest and trustworthy, and an older, sinister man who looks at her with knowing eyes. When she inadvertently finds out her future fate, the stakes grow high. Her very life hangs in the balance. Marie's sense of duty and loyalty demands that she find a way back to her former life, but she is torn. She has a choice to make. The door stands open... but time will not stand still.

Teri has a wonderful YouTube channel called, TeriGigi.

I had the opportunity to read Teri's rough draft for this debut novel and I found it unexpected, fun and intriguing. Well done, Teri!

Mentioned in the video: Teri's Review of Polish Your Poise with Madame Chic and Teri's review of At Home with Madame Chic.

I hope you enjoy today's interview with Teri. We discuss writing, Marie Antoinette, what it's like to be YouTuber and so much more.


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Ladylike said...

Hello Jennifer,
Thank you so much for introducing us to Teri Reynolds. You said in your e-course not to purchase everything you recommend, and I didn't end up buying the rebounder after all, but I did order Teri's book immediately! We are going to Paris in three weeks, and it'll be the perfect book to read on the long flight, especially as we plan to visit Versailles. I haven't been to Paris in 25 years, and it'll be my children's and my husband's first visit.
I want to mention a book for children about Marie Antoinette which my 10 year old daughter loves. It's "The Royal Diaries: Marie Antoinette, Princess of Versailles" by Kathryn Lasky. Perhaps your older daughter will like it. Also, while I'm mentioning children's books, since you love aprons, I will alert you to a picture book called "Ma Dear's Aprons" by Patricia C. McKissack. Maybe your younger daughter will enjoy it.
Warm best,