“Call Me By Your Name” by André Aciman

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“Call Me By Your Name” by André Aciman

Last December I was in London for holidays.

I love this city, I love walking all around its streets. I love take the tube, the bus and trying to discover unknown places. Well, I know. Foyles is not an unknot place. It’s a very very big book shop at Charing Cross Road.

I entered in this realm I was enchanted by all that books everywhere and spread on five levels.

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Life is so long but so short

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Usually I do not write in English. Writing in English is difficult to me because it’s not my first language as I speak Italian, but I like English. I was in London so much times… Well, I know to be in London doesn’t mean anything. Walking through the city you can hear any language except English, the old and good English. I heard lots of Italian, Spanish and just 1-5% of British English.

So If my post is not perfect you know why. I do not intend to say “I’m Italian” to avoid a good English, anyway.

Usually I love reading books and – in my very few spare time – to write books. The problem is that writing book is a bit like loosing time because there are too much books out there, people doesn’t know me, people doesn’t pay for unknown writers and if they pay, they don’t want to pay more than a bit.

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pen name or not: this is the problem!

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Long time ago I started writing for this blog. I had a project. To start translating my stories from Italian to English, or just start new stories more related to UK or USA characters, cities and publish it. Usually is not simple to get the right target changing language.

I have an English free short tale available on Apple iBookStore.

I have another one of my stories that could be translated in English and published because it’s based in a London of the future, but it’s not just a walk to translate, edit and promote an English novel.

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Al Ain Reads Book Show

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Al Ain, also known as the Garden City due to its greenery, is the second largest city in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the fourth largest city in the United Arab Emirates.

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Red Desert – Point of No Return by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli

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point-of-no-returnHere you are my quick review of the first of four parts of the Carla Rita Francesca Monticelli’s project Red Desert. A novel that will you move from Earth to Mars. A great story available in ebook on Amazon.com.

As said this is just the first part. Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli is an Italian indie writer that now arrived with her first English publication to the major ebook stores (Amazon, Kobo, Google Play, Apple iBookStore, B&N).

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The best Libray Hotel is in New York

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The Library Hotel in New York is an architectural jewel realized especially for all the people love reading and want to have fun in the “Big Apple” adding a small piece of relaxing time in a written words world.

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Journey within a Story

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Hello there,
some days ago I published my first book in English. I’m an Italian author and I’ve got 4 books on my shoulder, but in Italian, you can find them on Amazon, on Kobo, on Apple, on Google.

Today is a big day. I published “Journey within a Story”.

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