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The fairy-godmother of multiple chances has bestowed on me a third phase of life (the first two being childhood and a long legal career) where I can be preoccupied with travel and writing.  Since 2016, I have been traveling to my favorite spots in North America and hunkering down in Paris for a couple months a year to take writing classes, network with fellow writers and venture on side trips across Europe. I write fiction, nonfiction and flash-fiction. Most of my subject matter has little to do with where I travel, but everything to do with the person I become as I experience new places, new people and new cultures.   Renée Ozburn

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Parisian Proprietary Préférée

Paper, Pencils & Pens–A few of my favorite things.

Mélodies Graphiques–Ma boutique Parisienne préférée.

10 Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, 75004 Paris

www.melodies-graphiques.com

Tintin Travels

Tintin Travels and Tells Tall Tales. I want to do the same. So I Paid for Passage to Paris -And I wished upon a Star -That my dreams are not Bizarre.

Less Stress in Paris

A little of my freelance writing re: PARIS as featured in the March 2021 edition of International Living Magazine.

Metro Money

Metro money makes merry thoughts of Paris meander through my mind.

Awarded Words

My wordplay can vary from whimsical to weighty. Paris fuels my whimsy. Other experiences expand my exposition on more serious matters. My Creative Nonfiction Literary Award winning essay, “A Redbone’s Reality,” will be in the printed edition of the Los Angeles Review scheduled for release in 2021 (a Corona delay.) Until then, it is available online at losangelesreview.org under “Awards” & “Nonfiction.”