Month: November 2012

Translation is art

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I’m quite ready to publish my first 5 short stories. The e-book is ready. I need some other revisions on my translation, but it’s been fun and hard at the same time. I better learned English.

I know English. I was stayed in Czech, in Germany, in Scotland, in Spain, in Ireland during some conferences. I spoke English all the time. I studied English, I read English. Last year I was in the wonderful London. I fell in love with that city. Just three days… too few, so I’d like to come back there.

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Writing a fiction story…

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What happen when you write? Depends on what you intend exactly.

When you write a story, a fiction, you put a sequence of characters, letters, one after another, but it’s more than this, of course.

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The first e-book

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Last July I published my first e-book. “Deve accadere”… It’s an Italian e-book composed by 15 short stories. “Deve accadere” stands for “It has to happen” and it’s the 14th novel novel of the e-book.

Six of the fifteen short stories in the e-book has been published by an Italian Publisher based in Rome, so the stories has been evaluated by someone that publish books every day so this is a plus value for the e-book.

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Don’t write that…

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This morning I read a review … well, review is a big word considering the following sentence: “The book is not very good.” Stop. No reason that explain what book part is not very good, or better, why it’s not so great, maybe it’s so horrible that you don’t need to explain what don’t catch your taste.

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