Jean-Christophe Sarrot stumbled on it when he was little. In 1980, aged fifteen, he entered in the house Charmettes of Jean-Jacques Rousseau in Chambéry, at a time when when he was reading the Confessions. Since then, his passion for the homes of writers and the literary scene hasn’t turned off.
More than a specialist, Jean-Christophe is a passionate lover: the places he describes and their stories are a fantastic way of educating young and older people to the charms and the power of writing.
In 1998 he created the website www.terresdecrivains.com, which is dedicated to the writers (French and foreign) who lived in France. He is also the author of three books about “literary walks in Paris” and a book on “The historic detective novel. Polar and history: about a meeting”.