Some Loves, like some women, are timeless.
Book Give Away!
Il mio nuovo romanzo “Eternally Artemisia” è già pubblicato e ora disponibile in stampa e e-book su Amazon!
My new novel “Eternally Artemisia” is published and now available in print and epub on Amazon!
Per attirarvi a leggere il romanzo ambientato in Toscana, Firenze, Montepulciano, e Roma, sto svolgendo un Book Give Away qui sul Matta Blog e potete partecipare per avere la possibilità di vincere una copia di Eternally Artemisia. (In fondo alla pagina troverete il link per entrare il concorso).
To entice you to dive into my novel set in Tuscany, Florence, Montepulciano, and Rome, I am running a Book Give Away here on the Matta Blog and you can enter for a chance to win a copy Eternally Artemisia. (At the bottom of the page is the link to enter the Book Giveaway.)
Le recensioni stanno arrivando e
volevo condividere alcune con voi!
The reviews are starting to come in
and I wanted to share a couple with you!
Dianne Hales author of “La Bella Lingua” says: A true Renaissance woman, Melissa Muldoon weaves her passions for art and Italy into a stirring saga that sweeps across centuries. As her time-traveling heroine Maddie reconnects with kindred souls, we meet Artemisia Gentileschi, the 17th–century artist who overcame rape and ignominy to gain respect and acclaim. Historic figures such as Galileo and Mussolini also come to life in this intricately plotted novel, but the women who defy all constraints to take control of their destinies are the ones who prove to be eternally fascinating.
Sheri Hoyte for “Reader Views” says: In “Eternally Artemisia,” Melissa Muldoon delivers a whirlwind story of everlasting soulful connections, taking readers from biblical times to the 26th century. Her story will delight fans of time travel, history, art, historical fiction, romance, and intrigue.
Melissa Muldoon is in her element in “Eternally Artemisia.” There are so many delicious details that are woven so intricately into multiple storylines, and her distinctive tone sets her apart. She has truly found her niche in delivering inspiring “need-to-know” stories about women – their strengths, determination and will to “not only survive but thrive” under the most challenging of circumstances throughout history. “Eternally Artemisia” hits issues from eras long past that are still unfortunately, very relevant today, including rape and sexual abuse, the arrogance of small-minded individuals who are determined to hold women back, women’s rights in general, and the role of science and religion in our world – just to name a few. Sound familiar?
Muldoon spotlights her passion for art, history, Italy and women throughout the story. Artemisia Gentileschi was a woman truly ahead of her time, accomplishing things unheard of for women in her era. Along with being one of the most progressive painters in her period, she may have engineered the original “Me Too” movement, standing up to her abuser and seeking justice. I did not have prior knowledge of Artemisia before reading this book and was amazed to hear her story and learn more about her from the author’s creative gift for educating her readers through exciting, page-turning narrative.
“Eternally Artemisia” will hook you from the very first page with the gruesome, yet oddly satisfying, accounting of how a pious young widow from a Jewish city beheads the general of an Assyrian army sent to destroy the city. It’s a story you won’t soon forget as Muldoon paints such a vivid representation, you half expect the blood to splatter all over you while reading! Along with “Eternally Artemisia,” Melissa Muldoon has also authored two other books around distinct artistic women and their journeys: “Dreaming Sophia” and “Waking Isabella.” I’ve had the pleasure of reading all three of her novels and highly recommend them all – especially to those interested in art, history, and romance – featuring strong leading ladies, of course!
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Artemisia ed io vi auguriamo buona fortuna! In bocca al Lupo!
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