Hidden between the lines of this story, there’s me: Sara Panza. A curly lady in her forties, born in Rome, from Argentinian mom and Italian dad. Today I live in the Netherlands, where I’m learning to be a citizen of the world. I am the mother of two small boys, who fill my life, and day after day they infect me with their curiosity and their desire to discover life.
Thanks to my kids I approached children’s literature, a universe of stories and books that fascinated me. And reading together with them a story before going to bed, has become a sweet ritual we rarely give up to.
I like to think at me as a “budding writer”: it makes me think that after this first literary adventure, others will follow.
My passion for reading and literature, joins my knowledge of marketing (which is actually my “official job”).
I am fascinated by technology, although not always I can keep up with latest news.
I am a self-taught web master, and the blog “www.facciamofestainsieme.blogspot.it” is the concrete proof: it was born as a test to see first hand how a blog is created and works.
I am often late, always in a hurry, trying to follow my interests, in my spare time, once finished work, once put my little boys to bed…
I think curiosity and creativity can make our life rich and joyful. Although sometimes the hours of the day do not seem to be enough.
But the pen that gave life to the characters of this story, is Cristiana Zambon. A forty-something year old lady, mother of two small girls. She was born in Rome.
We know eachother for a lifetime.
She is a primary school teacher. Or rather (even if she doesn’t want anybody to spread the word) she is the teacher that every mother dreams for their children. Curious, willing to get involved, she lives teaching as a continuous learning path.
A good deal of literature, mixed with plenty of marketing, and a hint of technology; all topped off by the support of great friends. This all made my dream of publishing a book come alive. So the story of “Sara and the Flying Matichacapu tribe” was born.
“If you can dream it, you can do it!” (Walt Disney)