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Blurred boundaries: a book review of Loreena’s Gift
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Blurred boundaries: a book review of Loreena’s Gift

Sometimes you need to read a book that’s both a good read and also a thoughtfuL pondering on life, death, love, and what happens (or doesn’t happen) after those three things. Enter Loreena’s Gift, an imaginative fiction read that will keep you guessing, sighing, and thinking about the Big Questions. In a tiny tucked-away town … Continue reading

We launched our very own audio walking tour of Rome!
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We launched our very own audio walking tour of Rome!

You guys. We just launched our audio walking tour of Rome, and we’re all sorts of frantically excited about it. I can’t tell you how delighted I am to finally announce the project I’ve been working on since the end of 2015, so while I’m typing this, I’m doing a happy dance which consists mostly … Continue reading

In which I’m told about a new way for women to inspire each other and connect, and I get really excited
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In which I’m told about a new way for women to inspire each other and connect, and I get really excited

Ladies, unite: there’s a new way to network, and they’re in Rome next week. We’re women, and we have ideas. And passions, and a job, and friends, and family and dreams and about ten million other things, generally all going on at the same time. And we want, no, we need authentic connections – because … Continue reading

That time we wrapped up 2015 with a deliciously scandalous Through Eternity tour
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That time we wrapped up 2015 with a deliciously scandalous Through Eternity tour

I feel about tours the same way that I feel about titles: I like it best when they’re a true expression of something (a feeling, a city), and when they’re not too short. Now you may be thinking, I’m glad you brought this up, Flavia, because your titles tend to ramble; to this I say, … Continue reading