Avoiding Sex with Frenchmen : A Picture Book for Adults
It's Paris like you've never seen it... unless you're a woman who has been to Paris alone, and then maybe you've seen it. Pure as newly driven snow, three teenaged girls arrive in Paris, with little money and a large passion for art (especially art where lots of people die gruesome and terrible deaths). Immediately, they are constantly propositioned by men. Everywhere. Anything they do, men ask to have sex with them. They don't say hello or how are you, they just ask to have sex with them. Why do the French men like them so much? What is wrong with these people who won't let you walk ten feet without asking to have sex with you? Will the three of them even survive the trip? Sketch drawings of every Frenchman who approached them complete the hysterical telling of this ill-fated tale.
- Paperback | 126 pages
- 215.9 x 215.9 x 7.62mm | 308.44g
- 18 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- Large type / large print
- Large Print
- colour illustrations
About Shoshanah Lee Marohn
Shoshanah Lee Marohn is an author, artist, and farmer. She was born in Western Pennsylvania, grew up in Northern California, and returned to Pennsylvania once by Greyhound bus, a bad idea that gave birth to her first book, "Exhaust(ed)." Marohn is a certified reading teacher and yes, she really did drive a school bus for a while. She and her husband now run a small farm where she raises heritage breed chickens, sheep, and turkeys. Her second book, "A Murder of Crows and Other Woes," is an illustrated children's book. Her third book, "Avoiding Sex with Frenchmen" is a picture book, but intended for adults (although it does NOT contain "naughty pictures"). Most recently, Marohn has published a book of haiku poems and coloring pages entitled, "Coloring Inside the Dreams." You can follow her latest musings and see her artwork at dommn2703.blogspot.com.