GREAT HONOR

GREAT HONOR – To have acclaimed author Mandy Eve Barnett interview me was indeed a great honor. I felt privileged to be included alongside so many accomplished authors. In addition to my personal background, the interview highlights my novel Bridge of Sighs and Dreams, my inspiration for the book, my research, my writing background, etc. You may recognize a few of the questions and answers from past interviews, but check it out. There are some new Q&A’s that you might find interesting. Cheers! https://mandyevebarnett.com/2018/08/03/author-interview-pamela-allegretto-franz

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams is available as Ebook or paperback at the following sites and at your local library on Overdrive.

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OVERDRIVE

OVERDRIVE

A little bit of good “personal” news to end a week of disturbing “national” news.

I am delighted to announce that Bridge of Sighs and Dreams is now listed on Overdrive. Overdrive is the leading digital reading platform for more than
40,000 libraries and schools in 70 countries.

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VENICE – FESTA DEL REDENTORE

Venice – Festa del Redentore

The Festa del Redentore, one of the most important traditional events in Venice, commemorates the end of the plague of the 16th century. The annual celebration takes place during the weekend of the third Sunday of July.

Between 1575 and 1577, the plague struck Venice. The bacterium was thought to have been brought into the city on one of the commercial vessels.  The plague killed 50,000 people, almost one third of the total population. The most famous victim was the painter Tiziano (Titian), who died in 1576. Although, since he died at age 88, it is not definite whether he died from the plague or from another disease.

In 1576, Doge Alvise Mocenigo made a promise to God to build a church in exchange for an end to the plague. When the plague ended in July 1577, the new Doge Sebastiano Venier honored this promise and built a temporary wooden church. The Redentore Church, named after the Redeemer, later replaced the wooden church.

The Santa Maria della Salute Church was built for a similar reason. This church remembers the 1630 plague in Venice.

So I guess the take away is that the next time a plague hits Venice, that means God wants a new church.

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Venezia

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Mithraism in Ancient Rome

Mithraism in Ancient Rome

While conducting research for my World War 2 novel Bridge of Sighs and Dreams, I wanted to incorporate some of the ancient underground caverns used by the Resistance to smuggle Italian Jews out of Rome in order to avoid Nazi arrests. The caverns that most interested me were those created by the Worshippers of Mithras.

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

 

Recently, noted historical novelist, Cynthia Ripley Miller, invited me to post a brief essay on this ancient Roman religion of Mithraism. Here is a link to the article and to other fascinating articles on ancient Rome and writing historical fiction.

http://www.cynthiaripleymiller.com/mithraism-in-ancient-rome-a-soldiers-religion/

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EVOCATIVE AND RESONANT

EVOCATIVE AND RESONANT

When noted historical fiction author Chrystyna K. Lucyk gives your novel a 5-Star review,

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

it makes for one beautiful day. Mille grazie, Chrystyna, sei molto simpatica!

“Evocative and resonant. I stumbled on Allegretto on Goodreads and picked up her book to discover what talent she has as a storyteller and an artist. As historical fiction is my favorite genre (of many), and the era of personal interest as well, it was a delight to dive into a setting and era that I know well. Well researched, well plotted, and with richly-layered characters. A real treat.”

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WEEKEND CELEBRATION

 

I can think of no better way to celebrate this long weekend than with a lovely 5-Star review. Thank you to noted author, Dora Ilieva, for your generosity.

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams is one of the best WWII novels that I have ever read. Along with vivid descriptions of the horrors of war, it introduces interesting, well-developed, and realistic characters. The plot is full of twists and turns as it takes the reader through the difficult life and struggle for survival of the main character, Angelina, and her daughter, Gina. This is not your run-of-the-mill war novel. It is a book that takes you back to those horrible years making you feel and experience what the characters are going through. I read with gusto and at times found it hard to put the book down.”

BRIDGE OF SIGHS AND DREAMS is available for purchase in paperback and eBook at:

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SPRING READING COLLECTION Celebrate Spring with Travel by Book

SPRING READING COLLECTION Celebrate Spring with Travel by Book

Thank you to Jennifer S. Alderson for including Bridge of Sighs and Dreams in this SPRING READING COLLECTION from Travel By Book. I am honored to have my work alongside such gifted authors.

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Readers, please click on the link below to read about all these compelling novels.

http://jennifersalderson.com/2018/05/20/celebrate-spring-with-travel-by-book-again

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Cinco de Mayo Gift

“I Could read this one all over again!”

What author doesn’t want to jump over the moon when they read those words? None that I know. A special thank you to noted author, Suzi Stembridge, for taking the time to write such a lovely review. An extra reason to celebrate Cinco de Mayo!

“I loved this book although the story was at times extremely harrowing. Woven through

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

the account of the Nazi forces (including some good German soldiers) and the Resistance in Southern Italy and Rome is a bewitching story, beginning at the time of the Fascists in the Mussolini regime continuing into the occupation by Nazis in Italy. It develops with a touching and loving relationship between a mother and her small daughter, plus a small wooden carved doll called Pinocchio and a community of artists living in a Jewish quarter in Rome. The author has researched the period thoroughly and her descriptive writing brings the locations vividly into focus. The characters are very plausible and the antagonist, Angelina’s sister-in-law, Lidia is about as evil as a being can be, obsessed by greed and power. Lidia is in total contrast to Angelina and the other players, but it is probably Angelina’s complex feelings for those she loves and meets which are the strength of this novel. The more I read the harder I found it to put the novel down!”

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NEW ORLEANS JAZZ – INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY

New Orleans Jazz

New Orleans Jazz

 

To celebrate “INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY,” I thought I would bring back my painting: NEW ORLEANS JAZZ.

I have always enjoyed the paintings of Marc Chagall. His blend of reality and fantasy makes his unique work sing. Like Chagall, my mind loves to wander outside the walls of reality. In New Orleans Jazz, I wanted to emphasize the vibrant New Orleans Jazz scene with bold colors. The floating musicians symbolize the ethereal sensation one gets when experiencing pure jazz.

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EARTH DAY

EARTH DAY

In celebration of Earth Day, I thought I would post my painting of the Pololu Valley Lookout, on the North West corner of the Big Island of Hawaii.

Cheers to Mother Earth for bestowing us with this awesome vista. She provided us with clean water to drink, pure air to breathe, and non-polluted crops to eat. All She asks in return is that we take care of these gifts and keep it that way.

Pololu Valley Lookout

Pololu Valley Lookout

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“MARVELOUS WORLD WAR 11 EPIC”

 
“MARVELOUS WORLD WAR 11 EPIC”
 
I offer my most sincere gratitude to noted author, Linda Lee Greene, for taking the time to write such a lovely review. I am humbled by your generosity.
 
“Downsizing from a large four-bedroom home and moving to a small two-bedroom condominium in recent months has made it impossible for me to read at my usual speedy pace. But when my tortured back and squealing feet refused me during my “downsizing” project, I was able to spend much of my time-outs reading a few books, among them a marvelous World War II epic titled “Bridge of Sighs and Dreams” by author and artist Pamela Allegretto. The book was a perfect diversion, and has earned an honored place in my library of “World War II Books.”
Like Kristen Hannah’s acclaimed World War II novel “The Nightingale,” Allegretto’s novel explores the seldom-seen topic of the effects of war on women, the former on two sisters in German-occupied France, the latter on two sisters-in-law in war-torn Italy. If you haven’t read both of these fabulous books, you are missing out on big-time reading pleasures.
An artist whose fine art is collected worldwide, Allegretto’s every stroke of the keyboard that gave life to “Bridge of Sighs and Dreams” is rendered as masterfully as the brushstrokes that shape her popular canvasses.”
 
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APRIL FOOLS

APRIL FOOLS
 
I decided since today is April Fools Day, I would share a few Italian Proverbs regarding fools. they’re just a little fluff for a light-hearted holiday.
 
“I pazzi crescono senza innaffiarli.”
“Fools grow without watering.”
 
“I pazzi inventano la moda e I savi la adottano.”
“Fools create the fashion and the wise adopt it.”
 
“I pazzi per lettera sono I maggiori pazzi.”
“Learned fools are the greatest fools.”
 
“Quando no dice niente, non è dal savio il pazzo differente”.
“When no one speaks, the fool and the wise are equal.”
 
“Ognuno può far della sua pasta gnocchi.”
“Everyone can make his own recipe for pasta.”
OOPS!!! 

Let's Dance

Let’s Dance – Click on dancers to view larger image and to purchase quality giclee prints.

That doesn’t have anything to do with fools.

APRIL FOOLS!!!
What does it really mean?
“If it’s yours, you can do as you like.”
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“Expressive and lyrical writing style”

“Expressive and lyrical writing style”
Be still my heart. This review leaves me speechless. Well, almost speechless; I’m Italian, and speechless is a word rarely used in my family. That being said, I offer my most heartfelt gratitude to renowned author/photographer, Susan Marie Malloy for taking the time to write such a lovely, thoughtful review. Check it out.
“These days, it’s a rare occasion to come across a well-written, beautifully told story that stays with the reader long after the last page is turned, and the book cover closed. Pamela Allegretto’s “Bridge of Sighs and Dreams” is one of those remarkable, extraordinary novels that I have been privileged to read this year.
This story, an historical fiction novel set in Rome, Italy during the Fascist government and the subsequent Nazi-occupation and Allied liberation, tells the story of Angelina Rosini and Lidia Corsini and their intersecting lives that are fraught with love, betrayal, sacrifice, lust for power, greed, and duplicity, and triumph.
When Angelina Rosini’s village is bombed, she and her daughter, Gina, flee to Rome after an Allied attack. Meanwhile, her husband, Pietro, joins the military. Though she is apolitical, she finds herself thrust into the world of the Italian Resistance with both trustworthy and nefarious individuals. Angelia continues her artwork, sketching anti-Fascist cartoons and painting portraits to survive.
Conversely, Angelina’s sister-in-law, who is Pietro’s sister, is busy conniving ways to cozy up to the Nazis to fill her purse, ego, and appetite for social position. She stops at nothing, first with snitching against Jews and ultimately betraying her family, including her son, Carmine.
Pamela Allegretto’s writing style is beautiful and lyrical, and I became engrossed in the setting, characters, and story.
“They dined on baked gnocchi and roasted eggplant with red peppers and rosemary. They each were served a Rosetta Veneziana, a tender roll shaped like a flower with its petals neatly tucked in the center. Angela peeled the petals from her roll, ate one, and left the rest to wilt on her plate.”
This is beautiful imagery that wakes up the olfactory and visual senses. I could almost (maybe I did) smell the fresh yeast from the bread, the pungent rosemary on the eggplant, see the darkened red peppers against the creamy flesh of the eggplant, and the blending of all colors and aromas around the dining table that honestly delighted me.
“Angelina sat in their attic apartment and doodled on a sketchpad . . . [s]he tore the page from the sketchpad and waved it above her head.”
Here is great action and emotion, wrapped up in just a few words within that paragraph. I could feel Angelina’s passion as she sketched the image of Il Duce and an expectant woman, with a cluster of gaunt children in the background.
Throughout the novel, the author cleverly and brilliantly inserts smatterings of Italian, which adds to the flavor and emotion of the story. For example: “’“Poverina,” the man mumbled. “This war has cast its evil shadow in her mind.”’ The Italian word “poverina” doesn’t distract from the pace nor the narrative. I found it charming and apropos to the story. Furthermore, there is the tiniest bit of German, but that, too, the reader should understand without being fluent: “He rolled down his window and said, ‘Guten Morgen.’”
Because the story is set during World War II, I fully expected to see violent scenes, gore, and death. That is reality, and to the author’s credit, she conveyed those scenes with reality and class. Yes, the reader sees bullets grazing limbs and bullets passing through bodies and a knife thrust into flesh, but the “blood and guts” is shown is such a way that it doesn’t force the reader to ruminate on it, but rather it allows the reader to understand it is presented as a fact of war, and then the action moves along to the next scene.
The world is war-ravaged: “They passed a smoldering vineyard, whose memory of emerald leaves and purple grapes now dulled to shades of gray ash.” Yet, it is established that even with the destruction, the reader can see the bit of beauty and greater hope still holding on.
Nevertheless, this is not a completely dark and joyless story. As the reader will discover, there is humor in war:
‘” The soldier unfolded the presumed incriminating paper and read aloud from it, “Pane, olio, vino…” “That’s a shopping list!” the first soldier exclaimed, grabbing the list and reading it himself. Frustrated, the soldier pulled Michele away from the wall and said, “Michele Ponza, you are under arrest.” “What are the charges?” Michele mocked the soldier. “Did I forget to add the milk?”’
I laughed with and cheered on Michele simultaneously. Bravissimo!
Additionally, there is bliss in the simplest thing as eating long-denied chocolates:
“She stared at this nun, who had chocolate dripping from her lips, and she wondered if everyone in the convent might be a bit round the bend.”
The characters are so very well and expertly developed that the reader cannot help but care one way or another about them, and hope for their rewards.
Indeed, early on, Lidia reveals her disdain for her husband: “You’re such a worm.” Her malevolent demeanor and hate towards everyone show an apparent no end.
Conversely, despite the difficulties and deaths that Angelina faces, we always feel her strength and benevolence, even in the simplest act of painting flowers on old bedsheets that find double-duty as room dividers: ‘“Every home needs a flower garden,” she explained to her wide-eyed children.” Yes, even under the gloomiest conditions, she finds sunshine and holds onto some of the basic human qualities: courage and hope.
There are passages and scenes where the characters seem, under perhaps the most unbelievable conditions, of meeting at the right place at the right time. I contend that though on the surface this may appear implausible or far-fetched, it does happen, as I firsthand have experienced such occurrences, in that sort of “truth is stranger than fiction” scenarios.
This is a novel well worth reading and re-reading for its historical accuracy, expressive and lyrical writing style, and fascinating story with characters that are both appealing and repulsive.
But then, that is life, and those are people, no matter the era or location. And that is the reality of what makes this novel worth reading and savoring.”
You can view all of Susan Malloy’s books at: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13735481.Susan_Marie_Molloy
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“Fast-paced, engaging story…”

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

“Fast-paced, engaging story…with unforeseen plot twists and turns, fully-fleshed characters, witty dialogue, and artistic snapshots of war.”

 I just received this amazing 5-star review from best-selling author Eva Pasco. Life is good!

“This heart wrenching story unfolds in Nazi-occupied Rome during World War II, a backdrop for traitors and spies from many sides: Fascists, Communists, the Resistance, Jews, Nazis, and the Vatican. These disparities hone a fast-paced, engaging story with unforeseen plot twists and turns, fully-fleshed characters, witty dialogue, and artistic snapshots of war—“It appeared to her as though a giant hand picked up the entire town and ground it up in its fist.”

The author deftly paints a vivid and realistic picture of war-torn Italy through the bold brushstrokes of her characters—notably, protagonist Angelina Rosini, a talented portrait painter. In fact, life imitates art when one of the characters comments in reference to a cloak and dagger scenario, “…a painting comes to life after you add the shadows. The placement of shadows is critical…you must find your shadows and put them in their proper place.”

Accuracy is reflected in this historical fiction through the book’s title, which delineates the bridge between hope and despair elicited from the ravages of war. The characters themselves represent the disparities of human nature exploited by war for survival: good and evil; loyalty and betrayal; greed and self-sacrifice; honesty and deceit, love and hatred…

I highly recommend this well-written page turner and nail biter that doesn’t mince words or spare the truth by selling the reader short with saccharine sentimentality.”

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“CAPTIVATING AND EXCEPTIONAL READ”

“CAPTIVATING AND EXCEPTIONAL READ”

The sun shines a bit brighter each time a new 5-star review appears on Amazon. I offer my most sincere thanks to author Barbara Best for taking the time to write such a lovely review.

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams takes you on an emotional and bittersweet journey through one of the darkest and most disquieting times in modern European history. With grace and style, Author Pamela Allegretto paints a complex panorama of World War II Italy. She skillfully weaves fact and fiction through a string of multifaceted characters that come to life. It is a deeply human story of good and evil, love and hate, loyalty and betrayal, triumph and tragedy during a brutal and devastating time that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit — a people and culture gripped by a nightmare who managed the strength to endure and rise above. If you are looking for a seamless historical fiction, well researched and well told, I highly recommend this captivating and exceptional read.”

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams is available in paperback and ebook at:

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Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

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