Ascribe Novel Solutions: advertise, promote and market your quality self-published novel at ascribeme.comBefore devoting herself full time to the writing of historical fiction, Carol enjoyed a career as an educator and is the author of numerous bestselling college textbooks for courses in computer applications and communications. In addition, she was on faculty at Capilano University in North Vancouver for two over decades. As Vice President of Clear Communications Consultants, she facilitated numerous communications workshops for corporate and government clients. Carol holds an MA in Drama from the University of Toronto and an MBA from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. She lives on beautiful Bowen Island near Vancouver, BC, with her husband, painter Gregg Simpson. When she is not writing, Carol loves taking walks among the arbutus trees, dancing Nia, volunteering with the local arts council, and traveling

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The Towers of Tuscany

5 stars on Amazon

3.9 stars on Goodreads

Category: Historical

“A delicious story... Hard to resist and highly recommended!”

Anne Fortier, Author of The Lost Sisterhood and the New York Times bestseller, Juliet

 

“Lush descriptions... intriguing characters... a feisty heroine and a page-turning plot”

Deborah Swift, Author of A Divided Inheritance

 

"A wonderful historical novel...The clever dialogue and fast pace make [it] zing along."

Roberta Rich, Author of The Midwife of Venice and The Harem Midwife

 

The legacy of this story will leave you yearning for more.”

Cathleen With, author of the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize winner Having Faith in the Polar Girls’ Prison

 

"A startlingly first-rate piece of historical fiction"

Spider Robinson, winner of the John W. Campbell Award, the Nebula Award and two Hugo Awards

 

 

Trained in secret as a painter, Sofia Carelli’s desire for freedom from her father’s workshop leads her to betray her passion and sink into a life of loveless drudgery with a husband who comes to despise her when she does not produce a son.

 

In an attack motivated by vendetta, Sofia’s father is crushed by his own fresco, compelling Sofia to act or risk the death of her soul. The choice she makes takes her on a journey from misery to the heights of passion—both as a painter and as a woman. Sofia escapes to Siena where, disguised as a boy, she paints again.

 

When her work attracts the notice of a nobleman who discovers the woman under the dirty smock, Sofia is faced with a choice that nearly destroys her.

 

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