About the storyteller

She/her. 34. Montrealer. Full-time freelance content creator, blogger and translator (French to English/ English to French).

I wrote a book (in French) about the trip my mother, brother and I took to Turkey in May 2014. Click on the link to see a 15 page preview!

10 thoughts on “About the storyteller

  1. xenilk18

    Hello Miss Lea,
    Awesome blog, photography, travel and food work perfectly together. I’m in love (with your work 😉
    Je suis très loin d’avoir ton talent, mais l’écriture et la photos sont deux des choses que j’adore faire, je suis donc choyé de pouvoir suivre ce que tu fais. Merci beaucoup de nous le partager.

    1. lapetitelea Post author

      Hey! Merci! Je suis bien contente d’avoir découvert ton blog(via un ami commun qui l’a partagé sur Facebook). Je vais le suivre avec grand intérêt car à date ce que je lis sur ta page à propos de ton quotidien en Haiti me fascine!

      Au plaisir!

  2. Ajaytao2010

    Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

  3. Brett

    Hey, Lea, I just came across your site – lots of good stuff here and have added to my blogroll. I just got back from Montreal and Quebec City and had a wonderful time.

    1. lapetitelea Post author

      Hi Brett! I’m glad you like my blog. I’ve hopped over to yours too and have enjoyed your beautiful photography and interesting insights on Canada. You’ve seen much more of my country of origin than I have, I’ve got some catching up to do! I’ll be following your posts.

  4. Frank

    Hi Lea,
    I came across your blog upon reading your post on the Underground City. I thought it was excellent. Always curious of blogs from other Montreal bloggers and I’ll make sure to check out your other posts.
    Good job,
    Frank (bbqboy)

    1. lapetitelea Post author

      Hey! Thank you so much for checking out my blog! I liked your piece on how to spend three days in Montreal.
      Right now I spend a lot of time writing for Untapped Cities (2 articles per month) so I haven’t been giving this page right here much love but I’ll be sure to post some more stuff in the coming months.


  5. Emine Yildirim

    Hello! This book is a very lovely book. I am from Turkey and I got the chance to meet with your grand parents in a beautiful day in Sherbrooke. Then they told me about you. They were so lovely. I took their picture and we had a little chat. I am very glad that you had a nice travel in Turkey.


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