Flying the Dragon

I suspect that one of the reasons that I’ve written two cross-cultural books is that I like reading them.  That’s why I’m excited about the launch of Natalie Dias Lorenzi’s Flying the Dragon.  For a behind the scenes look at how this book came to be, you can visit Emu’s Debuts for the first installment.  

 

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4 Responses to “Flying the Dragon”

  1. Natalie Dias Lorenzi Says:

    Grazie, Kristin! 🙂

  2. Kristin Wolden Nitz Says:

    Niente! Un bel’piacere.

  3. Natalie Aguirre Says:

    Glad you’re shouting out about Natalie’s book. I’m interviewing her 7/23 and giving away a copy of her book after I read it. Can’t wait.

  4. Kristin Wolden Nitz Says:

    I’m looking forward to the interview, Natalie and Natalie

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