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Thanks to all you readers, too, whose interest in these books has made so much of this worthwhile! In the streets and plaza of the town, at 10 p. This involved not only eating chocolate but a talk ciocco,ato me and a book presentation question and answer session with Isabella.
Look at some of these flavors: Now go find some better photos on the Web, so you can get an inkling of how gorgeous that blue star actually is.
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I gave her Advil, though. I stopped a year or two ago. We will call it an Incredible Fluke of Beautiful Luck.
What would you do in my place? No entry into any actual building besides the Renaissance one we were staying in was possible. You are entirely welcome to have this cioccolqto while you read the rest of this post. And you know what? We went into one old cave-monastery with frescos from the second, fifth, and eight century AD, just for an example.
The Festival has all the same wonderful energy that its organizers do! Not to thank her for the nice review, oh, no.
Once you start actually coming up with yourself when you type your name into Google, it gets a little scary. And back, with random stops in beautiful churches here and there on the way, and a detour to find a ci chocolate shop that was, sadly, barred shut:. Also, probably there were, like, 0.
I mean, because that was hard work. Here are the three Fanucci girls. Grazie mille, ragazze, per la cioccolqto accoglienza. The interview was in the full sun facing into it, priority going to the camera! I never even got to share half of coiccolato things that happened in Italy, so much was happening so fast all the time before, during, and after. Look what reward Fanucci Leggereditore offered to those who came out in the rain!
This is the famous video interview in Italian I talked about last post.
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For the event, there was lots of chocolate served, and it was so much fun. But you can see the hillside of the openings to some of the oldest caves here, in the view from my hotel.
Car to the airport. Notice the blue sweater and the heavy, double-layered fall skirt that I bought especially for this fall trip?
Just ask the lovely Giulia, my indefatigably tolerant publicist. OK, one fi announcement: And you can decide whether any work might be involved.
I originally thought I was going to at least get to pretend I was the author in this First Grade Event, since that was why I was invited, but, in what is Highly Typical Dioccolato for Authorial Moments of Glory, I have been shunted off in favor of certain first-graders who want to be the author, instead. Just cut right to the chase. And then it started pouring, around six in the afternoon.
I got into my hotel in Rome from the flight around noon or one the day before. As soon as I get a chance! Olive-filled countryside to ride through and vivacious authors for company. All the old chocolate-making equipment ladr, the chocolate molds on the old stone walls, the little rooms like caves with wooden tables. I only had one day!!
Book-loving, friendly women tolerant of my Italian. Another big crowd of authors, editors, festival organizers. And a book signing complete with chocolate hearts! Some things we might talk about: