Feeling like a busy Shakespearean bee lately… A Double Heart for His Single One. A Much Ado About nothing Experience e-book and my review about RSC Richard II available online now

Cover by Valentina MarinacciAfter some months of darkness in both private and public life, here I am again, humbly making my part in spreading Shakespeare’s words and sharing my own peculiar appreciaton for the Bard himself.

On the 2nd of June 2014, thanks to the precious help (and patience) of talented writer and peerless friend Rita Charbonnier and her (or should I say ours) Scrittura a tutto tondo project, I published through Narcissus.me platform my e-book A Double Heart for His Single One.

From the e-book foreword:

This is a story about love (for Shakespeare of course, English Theatre, the UK, and yes, for Doctor Who too).

It is also a diary about a journey to London, and a literature essay (it includes a complete exegesis about Much Ado About Nothing! – for Dummies, maybe, but it actually does). 

But this is mainly a story about friendship.

When, in January 2011, I bought my ticket for that summers production of Much Ado About Nothing (starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate, directed by Josie Rourke), I could not have imagined that so many good things would come from that experience. […]

What I could not know, is that I would meet some of the nicest people in the David Tennant fandom, terrifically lovely women with a rich private life (we are not talking about stalkers, that is maybe superfluous to be stated, but I need to say that). Those days in July, three years ago, we met to share a theatre experience, an event, but mainly to BE together, to have a nice chat and some nice food, to be friends, that’s it.

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Let us sit upon the ground, and tell sad stories of the death of kings

Of confort no man speak – David Tennant, Richard II by Royal Shakespeare Company