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More Puzzle Therapy #1

Here I go again–starting a new puzzle!

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In Casanova’s Footsteps: Rome–The Church of Trinità dei Monti

“At seventeen or eighteen years of age, Mariuccia was tall, had a very good carriage, and seemed carved by the chisel of Praxiteles. She was fair, but her fairness was not that of a blonde, which with its unrelieved brilliance … Continue reading

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Indie Go Go!

If you live in California, like to read and have a library card, today is your lucky day! Two of my books are now available on Biblioboard, a California library service for independent authors. Click here for First Spritz Is … Continue reading

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Seductive Venice from the Boot!

Carla Gambescia hosts a fabulous blog called Postcards from the Boot where she shares her love of Italy. Today she’s featuring a number of my photos, as well as her own, that highlight our sense of Venice’s seductive talents. Oh, … Continue reading

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Venice, Wish You Were Here #14

No date or stamp on this one. Argh! Did Aunt just carry it home? It must be before 1963, as that’s when the USA began using zip codes in addresses. Athol Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland, is a long street that … Continue reading

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Venice Loves Me!

I got a postcard from Venice! She loves me and misses me.

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Forty Fabulous Venetian Resources

La Venessiana, a blog-and-so-much-more offered by Iris Loredana and her grandmother Lina, just released the newest “40 Resources for You to Connect with Venice in 2021.” Until we can travel there in person, this page full of treasures will keep … Continue reading

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The Guild of St. George, Ruskin, and Me

Peter Burman, the Director of the Guild of St. George, has been enjoying his copy of Venice Rising at his home in Scotland. In fact, he has written a book review, which you can read here. It was shared this … Continue reading

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Venice Rising on the Radio!

Tomorrow, January 23, Radio Venezia will be promoting my book Venice Rising: Aqua Granda, Pandemic, Rebirth. Tune in from 1:00 – 2:00 pm Venice time–4:00 am in California, so I’ll just be dreaming about it!Here is the streaming site https://www.veneziaradiotv.it/streaming-radio/Continue reading

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Venetian Emoji #5

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