I am thrilled to officially announce that my new novel (and my first solo book), The Virgins of Venice, will be published by HarperCollins Canada in November 2022!
How can we make women of the past relatable to the modern-day reader in fiction? On Sunday February 6, 2022, Mary (M.K. Tod) and I discuss this very issue in our session Women in History at the The History Quill's Writers Convention 2022. You can access and download our presentation right here: women-in-history-gina-buonaguro-and-mk-tod-1-1Download We discuss … Continue reading Women in history: Balance between past and present
I'm working on revising my new novel and am having trouble settling on a title. Thus, I need your help! Please take my poll to help me decide.
Celebrating Venice's 1600th birthday.
A brief history of Carnival in Venice, almost 1000 years old.
Very exciting moment for me - I just finished the entire first (very rough) draft of my new novel!
Quarantining, a word with a rich and ancient history, is still relevant, and we would be wise to study the past to judiciously apply best practices and lessons to the present.
It’s that time of year to put out holiday gift lists. Everyone has suggestions and often a focus, and mine is no different: Gifts related to everyone’s favorite painter, Raphael!
Will Venice experience more - and worse - acqua altas in the future?