OK so “kite” is probably not a word you’ll use a lot in Italy, but it is a fun word to say — and you will impress people if you *are* able to pull it out in the right situation, so why not?
Just a quick note to announce that our latest release, Wrestling with the Devil by Tonya Hamilton Russo and Antonio Russo is now available in hardback on Amazon.
This week’s Italian Word of the Week is one of my favorites because it has two distinct but not entirely unrelated meanings.
Co-hosted by The Beehive Hotel & Cafe and Gemelli Press, this mid-May event in central Rome will feature expat writers in Italy of books, e-books, and iPhone apps.
In 2009, Prince Emanuele Filiberto won the Italian version of Ballando con le stelle (Dancing with the Stars), and now he has his very own reality show in which he does the work of ordinary citizens like a dogwalker, pizzaiolo (pizza maker), and construction worker. Oh yes, we’ve got our very own “situation” in Italy — the Prince of Reality!