The Best Tuscany Books - January 2021
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The Most Beautiful Villages of Tuscany (The Most Beautiful Villages)
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That Month in Tuscany
Bella Tuscany: The Sweet Life in Italy
Fodor's Florence & Tuscany: with Assisi and the Best of Umbria (Full-color Travel Guide)
The Shepherdess of Siena: A Novel of Renaissance Tuscany
Rick Steves Florence & Tuscany 2017
Tuscany for the Shameless Hedonist 2017: Florence and Tuscany Travel Guide 2017 Now Featuring 4 I...
Lonely Planet Florence & Tuscany (Travel Guide)
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The daughter Linda Lafferty, of a naval commander attended two unique schools growing up graduating with a master's degree and a PhD in Bilingual/Special Education from the University of Colorado. Her peripatetic youth uttered a love of traveling, and that she studied abroad in Spain, and England, France, Mexico. When she was ten years old her uncle introduced her, and that she loves playing to this day. She also competed on the Lancaster University Riding Team at England. A school that was veteran instructor, she taught at the American School in Madrid and at Aspen High School as an History teacher.See all Linda Lafferty products
Stephanie Grace Whitson
Award-winning, best-selling novelist Stephanie Grace Whitson started playing with imaginary friends (i.e., composing fiction) when a left handed pioneer cemetery near the Whitson's state home supplied not merely a hands on history lesson for her four home schooled children but also a topic of personal study. Whitson celebrated her twentieth year. When not researching or writing, Stephanie enjoys reading, quilting, spoiling her inheritance or Kona Kai (the golden retriever), and riding her motorcycle called Kitty. Learn more at www.stephaniewhitson.comSee all Stephanie Grace Whitson products
Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's top travel websites company using guidebooks to each destination, a award-winning site, mobile and digital travel goods, plus a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see areas but also empowers curious travellers to remove beaten paths to understand more of the society of the regions where they find themselves. See all Lonely Planet products
Ariela Bankier is a writer and journalist who has been living and traveling in Italy for the past decade.
After years of researching Italy's most beautiful areas, discovering hidden medieval villages, tasting the best olive oil and focaccias, searching for yummy and award-winning wines, infiltrating the country's most colorful festivals and seeing the many beautiful sights, Ariela finally decided to interpret her expertise and experiences into a string of private and truly unique travel guides.
"These guides are based on over a decade of study, and therefore are intended to assist my readers uncover the authentic beauty of Italy," she states. See all Ariela Bankier products
Virginia writer Inglath Cooper fell in love with reading as a little girl, devouring the majority of the novels in her elementary school library. Sooner or later, she decided she needed to pursue a writing career, making romance fiction that did for many others exactly what her favorite novels have done to her. “I love character-driven books that leave me feeling like I’t really known that these folks and allow me to wish I didn’t have to turn the previous page. ”
“Romance fiction has always appealed to me as it deals with so many of the connections in a female’s lifestyle. Not merely the love of her life, but frequently her connection with her mum, sister or best friend. Romance authors have as much space to explore lots of the meaningful moments and transitions in girls’s lifetimes. And who doesn’t love a good love story? ”
When aspiring authors ask her how to be an author, she states, “Everything that I know about writing novels I learned by reading novels. ”
Inglath has been chosen as a RITA® Award winner for the best long contemporary romance book given out annually by Romance Writers of America.
Exterior of writing, Inglath is actively involved in dog rescue, working with The Franklin County Humane Society to place dogs and cats in need of rehoming. She has volunteered her time at every capacity potential: serving on the Board of Directors, fundraising, photographing cats and dogs available for adoption and serving as a foster home. “Helping a mistreated or puppy go on to get a great life with a family who loves them is much more rewarding than I can possibly say. ”
Visit her website at: www.inglathcooper.com
Practice her on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/inglathcooperbooks. She loves to engage with readers there! See all Inglath Cooper products