Read N Review: Midnight in the Piazza by Tiffany Parks

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If you are not already familiar with my ‘RNR’ series here on the blog, it’s a monthly series where I read and review a book that I have recently read. This way, I am holding myself accountable to read at least one book a month, and although I haven’t done such a great job at it recently, it’s the effort that counts right?

This month I am reviewing a very special book, and the first one where I personally know the author! Tiffany Parks, the author of Midnight in the Piazza, is editor at Where Rome magazine and co-host of the podcast, The Bittersweet Life. I thankfully had the chance to work with Tiffany on the The Bittersweet Life podcast this past winter/spring.

Tiffany’s book, Midnight in the Piazza, was published on March 6, 2018. I ordered mine off Amazon and was so excited to finally have received it. With that being said, I normally don’t go for fiction books. I’m one to usually read books in the genre of “self-help” or “self-improvement”, but Midnight in the Piazza was just the change I needed.

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Love Letter to Rome

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One of my goals at the beginning of the year was to keep up with my blog, meaning I would actively post at least once a week. I think it’s safe to say that I haven’t been doing a very good job at keeping this up so far. The reality of the situation is that life has gotten a toll of me and at times has gotten the best of me. I’ll explain what I mean…

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My Travel Articles are now on the GPSMyCity App!

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Whenever I am visiting a new city (or even an old one) I like to wander about and discover new places, seek out the “hole in the wall” spots, in addition to the touristy attractions. But rather than follow a mob of people in a group, I prefer the idea of going at my own pace in case I want to stop along the way to snap a few pictures or grab a bite to eat.

With the GPSMyCity app, it will allow you to do just that. Browse a city at your own pace all while being “guided” to the best spots. It’s almost like having your own personal tour guide without the rush and feeling like you need to be a part of a tour group. I discovered the GPSMyCity app last year and was so excited to find so many cities to choose from (over 600 cities)!

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