About Magalie Lopez

Magalie Lopez est écrivain public et passe une bonne partie de son temps à aider les personnes éprouvant des difficultés de rédaction. Elle soutient les écrivains en herbe, rédige, corrige tout ce qui s'écrit. Depuis peu, elle se remet à l'anglais afin d'aider également les nombreux étudiants étrangers anglophones de passage sur Lyon. En parallèle et pour le plaisir, elle tient un blog à tendance littéraire amusant sous le pseudonyme de Louise Artéfact. Elle publiera dès septembre son premier roman en auto-édition. Visit Magalie's Website Visit Magalie's Book Website

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Long Live France

November 2nd, 2015 | by Magalie Lopez

For an American in love with his country – which is perhaps redundant – hearing a French person speak of

The Incredible Mister Paul

January 13th, 2015 | by Magalie Lopez

In the beginning, there was Bocuse: If there is an inspiring and charismatic personality who is routinely cited in the

What a Punch!

October 18th, 2014 | by Magalie Lopez

In Lyon, as well as in all of France and internationally, he is a true star. This star has a

The « Lyon’s share » !

August 15th, 2014 | by Magalie Lopez

I grew up in the Beaujolais region, surrounded by vineyards. The river ran through the entire village sheltered by a

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