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What is my book about

Hello guys,  It has been a while since I have written an article, but I am back,hopefully to be more consistent. Today I am going to tell yo what's my book all about, as you may know I am Italian and I am getting my first book, "The last beat", translated. Since I have school and a lot of other things I didn't have much time lately to keep up with the translation. I hope that it will be done soon, but for now, here is what it's about.  This is the cover I had for the Italian version, it may vary from the English one. 
This book tells the story of Clarissa, a Young 20 year old girl that lives her complete normal life, she lives in an amazing villa with her boyfriend Jonathan which is 27 years old and a doctor and she is attending medical school to be a doctor as well.  A day she was bored and decided to surf the deep web finding out a curious site, wanting to know if everything would work, she ends up buying a baby girl from the Deep web.  Her life will completely…
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Finzi-Contini's garden review.

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John Cahill is telling us something about his books!

The writing community newsletter dropped yesterday for the first time, if you are interested in receiving the newspaper for free just comment with your email under this post, and if you want to be interviewed for the newspaper DM me on twitter, this is an example of how your interview will look like. This was the old format for the interviews for the newspaper, remember to DM me if you want to be interviewed I have new questions. 
Begin by telling us something about yourself and about your book, then tell us how did you get inspired to write it. My Name is John M. Cahill and I am 72 years old. I was born and raised in Pittsfield in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. I earned a B.A. in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Massachusetts and enjoyed a successful and rewarding career in public relations and social marketing with New York State government. I am retired and live with my wife in Vienna, Austria. I am a writer of historical fiction. My WIP is enti…

Your life as a book tag

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So, I've chosen the "Your life as book tag." I don't know who first did it, I just found it in a picture on google images, so if you know who is the creator let me know in the comments and I'll make sure I'll write it here.

The first question is: the letters of your name as the title of a book.

K: well can't think of any books with the K
L: Lo Hobbit
A: Alice in wonderland
R: can't think of a book that starts with the letter R
E: Enchanted by Heather Dixon
N: Nonostante tutto ti amo ancora (yes, it's a book in italian, I hope it counts)

Count your age along your book shelf, what book is it? 
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