Category: book clubs

One More Moon Now on Audible!

Narrator Nina Price adds a remarkable dimension to the written word! Goodreads Choice Nominee Ralph Webster tells the true story of his grandmother’s desperate journey from her life at the Pensione Alexandra in Naples to America – after Mussolini and the Fascists join with… Continue Reading “One More Moon Now on Audible!”

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Have Book Club? Will Travel

WOW – another book trip! We left Kitty Hawk Monday morning making stops in Alexandria, DC, Leesburg, and Richmond before finishing this morning in Hertford, NC with about 60 members of the Albemarle Plantation Women’s Association. Back to the OBX by 3pm today Wednesday.… Continue Reading “Have Book Club? Will Travel”

Thank you to the Girlfriends Book Club!

WOW!  The book club adventure for One More Moon continues – the second of three this week. Thank you to the Girlfriends Book Club for a wonderful discussion last evening – great comments, observations, and questions.  A special shout out to Marcia Keeney and Daphne… Continue Reading “Thank you to the Girlfriends Book Club!”

Review of ONE MORE MOON

Originally posted on Vickie's Book Nook and Meditation Corner:
Told from the viewpoint of Elsa, the author’s grandmother, this is an absolutely fascinating look at Italy during the time of Mussolini and Hitler. Elsa leaves Germany to marry Paul (kind of an old-fashioned,…

BookView with Ralph Webster, author of One More Moon | The IndieView

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Staying in with Ralph Webster

Originally posted on Linda's Book Bag:
With Jewish History Month approaching, I’m delighted to welcome Ralph Webster to Linda’s Book Bag today to talk to me about his inspiration for one of his books that I think will be perfect for those looking…

NetGalley: One More Moon

Originally posted on the cheap subscriber:
Thanks to NetGalley, recently I had the opportunity to read a free ebook advanced copy of One More Moon, by Ralph Webster. One More Moon has a great opening that gets you hooked for at least half the…

Book Review: One More Moon by Ralph Webster

Originally posted on Patrisya M.:
Elsa and her husband Paul enjoy comfortable life in Mussolini’s Fascist Italy. When they purchase the Pensione Alexandra in Naples, their life changes. They host guests from different countries. Many of the visitors remain family friends. Almost all guests…

The surprising reason Mussolini’s home town wants to build a fascism museum

Predappio’s mayor sees this as an opportunity to learn from a dark era, not to glorify it. Source: The surprising reason Mussolini’s home town wants to build a fascism museum

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