Apr 29, 2010

The Reviews Keep Coming In for Cercando Alice [Finding Alice]

The reviews of Cercando Alice keeping coming in. The Italians love it.

See them on Camilla Trinchieri's website:

Here's one of the latest ones, April 26, 2010,  by Isabella Borghese in her blog:  http://lecollanediisab.blogspot.com/2010/04/racconto-la-mia-lettura-di-cercando.html

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Jan 30, 2010

Cercando Alice Interviews and Reviews Hit the Presses

Elle, Marie Claire, and D Repubblica, three major Italian women's magazines have reviews of Cercando Alice, Camilla Trinchieri's latest book, released January 21, 2010 in Italy. Affari Italiani also published a review, with 5 stars.

Jan 12, 2010

New Look for Camilla Trinchieri's Website

There comes a time, when an author has shaped a website for a prior book, and the new book comes out with a completely different look, that the website needs to change, either to a neutral design that can accomodate future books of undetermined colors, or simply to the latest book.

Camilla chose a neutral design, one that won't take a redesign with each new book! How wonderful that there are new books coming out.

Less than a week til Cercando Alice is released in Italy! The reviews and publicity have already started coming out.

Jan 10, 2010

Nina Sankovitch Read All Day Blogger Reviews The Price of Silence

Just as Cercando Alice is readied to fill bookstores in Italy, a fresh and insightful review of The Price of Silence comes out!

Nina Sankovitch wrote a review in her blog "Real All Day. " The review is beautifully written and substantive. Here's one of the sentences in which she describes the book:

"Using shifting narratives and places in time, Trinchieri has created a powerful, serious, and visceral exploration of what happens when good intentions go terribly awry, when guilt overcomes reason, and when the blank spaces left by silence fill up with supposition and suspicion."

Of Camilla Trinchieri, the author of The Price of Silence, Ms. Sankovitch writes this:

"Trinchieri is a fearless and honest writer. She has created in The Price of Silence the unique combination of a heartfelt thriller and a gripping morality play of very human proportions."

Delighted to quote from your review Nina.

Nina put Camilla's novel among the Best Books, her favourite - just below Paul Auster's Invisible.

"Brava Camilla!

Quoted with permission of Nina Sankovitch. All rights remain her own. Do not quote from this post without getting permission from Nina Sankovitch directly.