First order of business today: don’t forget this week’s new easy reader ebook ‘Il mistero della quercia‘. The club has bills to pay.
From Monday ‘Il mistero della quercia‘ will sell for the usual ebook price of £7.99 but get it this week and you’ll spend just £5.99!
- .pdf e-book (other formats – Kindle, ePub available on request, just ask!)
- 8 chapters to read and listen to
- Comprehension questions to check your understanding
- Italian/English glossary of ‘difficult’ terms for the level
- Suitable for students at upper-intermediate level or above
- Download your Free Sample Chapter (.pdf)
Your e-book will be e-mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase.
E poi, for fans of Dante’s Inferno, there’s another ‘canto’ in our series: Canto XVI.
We’re still in the desert, still interviewing sodomites, still blowing our own trumpet and getting back at rivals…
No idea what I’m on about? See the whole series so far on our ‘Literature page‘.
Don’t let it intimidate you – take it one Canto at a time, read Francesca’s explanation, scan the original Italian, the modern Italian and the English versions, you’ll soon find your way around… hell.
Tuesday’s EasyItalianNews.com bulletin is waiting, anxiously, for you to read/listen to it (and it won’t cost you a euro cent!)
“Join 6 other subscribers”
No really, six!
That’s how many people have signed up to get emails with new poems.
And one of them’s me.
Beh, ragazzi! There’s some good stuff coming, you’re going to miss out!
The ebook is almost ready and shortly I’ll be giving away a free sample.
Right now we’re at the fixing spelling mistakes stage. My trusted proof-reader, who has a degree in English literature, mind you, wrote:
“…can’t remember when I’ve enjoyed poetry so much…”
which I’m hoping she meant positively.
OnlinePoem.com has a few samples already, with illustrations!
And there’ll be many more along soon (like buses, all bunched up…)
Best of all?
I don’t write in sixteenth century Italian!