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Juliet's Journey by [Gates, Kathy]
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Length: 57 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Editorial Reviews


"A delightful andcomforting novella about traveling outside your country and your comfort zone.Some books are beach reads because they're page turners that quickly pass thetime. Juliet's Journey is like a vacation in itself.  Most of us won'thave the chance to take a course at an art college in the hills of Italy, soJuliet's Journey is a relaxing substitute. A good bet for anyone who likes agood travelogue mixed with elements of romance." Self-Publishing Review

From the Author

The inspiration for Juliet's Journey was a two week stay in the village of Baiardo where I worked as a volunteer at cultural association called A.C.L.E. It is a tranquil place in the mountains above San Remo. The art school that I took as my inspiration is actually in Tuscany, in a pretty walled town called Casole d'Elsa. And yes, I did a volunteer stint there as well. The school is called Centro D'Arte Verrocchio and holds classes throughout summer each year.