Dr. MaryAnn Diorio Releases Return to Bella Terra

Dr. MaryAnn Diorio Releases Return to Bella Terra

by Dec 27, 2017Member Updates

The Loss of All Lost Things

FAPA member, Dr. MaryAnn Diorio has released?Return to Bella Terra, Book 3 in?The Italian Chronicles Trilogy.

A mother, her son , and the man who threatens to come between them . . .

When Maria Landro Tonetta receives word that Mama is terminally ill, Maria travels to her Sicilian homeland with her son Nico. She finds herself yearning for the life she once knew as a child on Bella Terra, the family farm, now on the verge of bankruptcy. Caught between two worlds, Maria dreams of moving back to Sicily with her husband and children to save the farm. When Nico?s biological father unexpectedly appears at Mama?s funeral, Maria faces a new enemy to her dream. But is there an even greater enemy within her own soul?

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MaryAnn Diorio

MaryAnn Diorio

Writes compelling fiction that deals with the deepest issues of the human heart

Dr. MaryAnn Diorio writes compelling, award-winning fiction that deals with the deepest issues of the human heart.? MaryAnn holds a Ph.D. in French and Comparative Literature from the University of Kansas and the MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University.??She is Online Adjunct Professor of Fiction Writing at Regent University and a popular writing teacher and coach.??She is also the founder and director of The New Jersey Society of Christian Writers and an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers.

MaryAnn and her husband live in New Jersey and are the blessed parents of two amazing daughters and the delighted grandparents of a beautiful, little granddaughter. In her spare time, MaryAnn can be found painting in her art studio or playing old hymns on her beloved Knabe parlor grand.

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