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Jo Linsdell

Born in Gillingham, Kent (UK) in September 1980. Married name Joanne Denise Feliciani but I use my maiden name as my pen name. I left England and moved to Rome, Italy in 2001 where I now live with my Italian husband and our baby son.

I have experience writing for websites, newspapers and magazines.

I have two books available in print; Italian for tourists and A guide to weddings in Italy plus several ebooks about various topics and genres. All are available for purchase here.

I am also the Creator and Manager of the award winning site Writers and Authors and Founder and Organiser of PROMO DAY, an all day, annual, online, international event for people in the writing industry.
Current Releases
A guide to weddings in Italy' has all the information you need to organise a wedding in Italy. It includes information about types of weddings, Italian wedding traditions, Italian wedding proverbs, useful contact details, a notes section, and more......
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A Guide to Weddings in Italy
This ebook covers a number of ways you can use to promote your books for free or little cost.
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Free Promotional Techniques: Ways to market your books
Learn about the Italian tradition of La Befana, the friendly witch in this short but informative ebook. Ideal for Children.
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La Befana
Reference book about Italian Christmas traditions. Includes sections on decorations, food, music and more. Ideal for Children.
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IL DOLCE NATALE: Christmastime in Italy
A collection of poems about life, death, friendship and love.
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We're all looking for something, that missing element to our lives that will make us happier...or even complete. Not all of us will ever find that special thing as we're scared to take a risk that will change our lives. I took a big risk. This is my ...
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Some risks are worth taking
Italian For Tourists is a basic guide to the Italian language covering phrases and words most needed by tourists. It includes all the words and phrases a tourist is likely to need during their stay in Italy as well as a pronunciation guide and a map ...
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Italian for Tourists
Who was Saint Valentine? Why do we celebrate this festival on February 14th? How is the festival celebrated in Italy? and many more are answered in this short e-book about one of the most popular day's of the year.
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The Patron Saint of Lovers

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