Tojazilkree I just love it. Note that we arrived at 4 p. What is it with that pressure we put on ourselves? Where the toughest question was if, in addition to working full-time, writing full-time, doing promotional tours, and mothering a small child, I had any hobbies.
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Shaktitaur Ladra di cioccolato Cristina had to stay smiling and supportive all through this kind of thing! Everyone promised me this was a career I could do in my pajamas!!
What do you think? Note that we arrived at 4 p. I gave her Advil, though. We went into one old cave-monastery with frescos from the second, fifth, and eight century AD, just for an example. Not to mention stylish! Beautiful setting, fantastic characters peopling it… This was one of the most wonderful things to me about this tour. Most of them, therefore, had rather quirky bathrooms and some very labyrinthine layouts, but I am enjoying that, not complaining.
I wish I could show you this town at night, with the lights in the houses up and down these hillsides. So many generous, friendly people who welcomed me and worked hard to make the tour a wonderful experience. And it has people like this: What are you reading?
And a book signing complete with chocolate hearts! This involved not only eating chocolate but a talk from me and a book presentation question and answer session with Isabella.
In Paris, at least. In a town where AD frescos are so common nobody even bothers protecting them, you have to ask cioccolaato kind of question. Can you imagine having a bad migraine and having to guide me, the American author on tour, fioccolato Florence in time to get to her signing while she kept taking photos? One of my pet peeves: More about that later. I discovered stracciatella di mozzarella! A beautiful spot to be, no complaints.
And all that walking wore my sandals and me out. Talk about the ideal lunch. Where I got to Ladar In, it being Sunday and a day off. Cjoccolato think of book bloggers often as activist readers. Note that in all this schedule, you have to not only finish one interview but have time to get to the next one.
Once you start actually coming up with yourself when you type your name into Google, it gets a little scary. That was my impression. Notice the blue sweater and the heavy, double-layered fall skirt that I bought especially for this fall trip? Italians like to exaggerate to make you feel good.
Apparently this met with approval among some viewers. Even for incredible hot chocolate. And back, with random stops in beautiful churches here and there on the way, and a detour to find a recommended chocolate shop that was, sadly, barred shut:.
This was one of ladfa places I never managed to get to in my posts about the trip last year. By the way, if I ever read another scene where somebody bathes in the Fontana da Trevi, I will throw the book out a window. I was singing it under my breath the whole time I was strolling through rain-drenched Florence, in fact. This is Gelateria del Teatro, ciocccolato Rome. Lions but not tigers and bears, sorry Italian Chocolate A Day in the Life of An International Author Tour, or why they usually recommending capping your minutes of fame at fifteen minutes Gelato well, what did you expect from me in Italy?
I even posed on the Ponte Vecchio, because, of course, of the SONG that you are supposed to be listening to right now. The wrong side of the bars…. From the magical Matera, we made our way posthaste to Bari, where our time was fleeting, but it did allow us to meet these lovely ladies: But I was feeling pressured!
I had to email her right away. Ha, ha, I was thinking this would be the most laid-back of the interviews, when I saw cicocolato on the schedule, but little did I know that videotape of me interviewing in Italian was waiting for me. OK, one quick announcement:.
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Shaktitaur Ladra di cioccolato Cristina had to stay smiling and supportive all through this kind of thing! Everyone promised me this was a career I could do in my pajamas!! What do you think? Note that we arrived at 4 p. I gave her Advil, though. We went into one old cave-monastery with frescos from the second, fifth, and eight century AD, just for an example.