Friday, 1 June 2018

Launch Day for Venetian Interlude!

This is the first time I have had a book on pre-order so it seems a little strange that my new summer novella is only released today!

I do hope you might be able to join in the fun on Facebook but I'll post some items on here as well at some point. Meanwhile here's the cover and blurb.

Venetian Interlude

Scottish art historian Livy arrives in Venice for a short break before picking up a cruise. The last person she expects to meet is Seb, the handsome half Italian, half Scottish guy she first met and fell for at university before their worlds diverged. Then after a gap of several years, they met for the second time three years ago at a friend's wedding before parting again.

Now, Livy is still single and Seb is even more appealing and apparently unattached, both happy to renew their long friendship. But their unexpected meeting in Venice convinces Livy he is the only man she cannot forget. Will it be third time lucky for their relationship? Or will their lives diverge again after their Venetian interlude?

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The best way to arrive is by motor boat towards Piazza San Marco!

Venice is a popular location for films - this is one of the creepier ones, Don't Look Now! Please don't give away the ending if you've seen it...

Plenty of narrow alleyways and canals in Venice for darker films!

A more uplifting film set in Venice is the 1950s Summertime, with Kathryn Hepburn and Rozanno Brazzi - this is a little scene where they first meet at what is probably Caffe Florian!

Here a couple more of my photos.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations and tanks for posting here Rosemary. 'Don't Look Now' is a favourite creepy movie of mine. But today, I look forward to a warm glow as I complete Venetian Interlude in the garden. I'll join in in the party spirit (no pun intended...) with something chilled and white. I have sent out for the perfect accompaniment - a wheen of chocolate! Catriona XO

Rosemary Gemmell said...

Thanks so much, Catriona!

Carolb said...

Congratulations Rosemary.

Venice always seems a very romantic place- well parts of it away from the main tourist trails.

Thanks for sharing the wonderful selection of images from your visits.x

Teresa Ashby said...

Congratulations, Rosemary. I've so enjoyed seeing your beautiful photos. Venetian Interlude is going to be such a perfect summer read!

Frances Garrood said...

Congratulations, and good luck with the new book! Lovely cover, and beautiful phtots, too.