Peter-Danton de Rouffignac is a writer and journalist based in Perpignan, France. Before that he lived and worked in Central London as a writer of business books and reports (over a dozen titles), including 'Presenting your case to Europe' which reached the top 150 business books of the year, with a foreword by former European Commissioner Lord Clinton-Davis. At the European level he worked as a public affairs consultant with a number of British organisations and was founder and director of a group of independent consultatns (EPAC). He was also visiting lecturer at a number of business schools including Richmond College, European Business School, Huron University and the Finnish Marketing Institute. He now lives in the south of France and continues to write books and articles (generally 1000 to 2000 words) on issues concerning France and Britain, from the property market to trends in retailing, the housing crisis, employment and unemployment, through to the growth of the organic food industry. Recent samples articles can be found on his entry on journalisted.com Peter-Danton de Rouffignac was born in Britain and is of French descent, speaks fluent French but writes in his native English. He has an MA in Human Resource Management from Coventry University and a masters degree in law by research (LLM) from the University of Warwick.
I am listed on journalisted.com and there are six sample articles on life and living, property searching and buying in France, including technical and legal matters from search through to completion.