Melbourne, AU (PRWEB) August 14, 2012
When Nick Arborea describes his new memoir,“The Spirit of PAN – Passion Amore Nature” (published by Balboa Press), words such as “fantasy”, “passion”, and “love” are used liberally.
The mysterious, romantic novel is the amazingly true story of the karmic journey of the life of an artist, and the discovery of a mystery behind his life.
In this memoir, Arborea chronicles the pursuit of a childhood dream beginning in Italy in the early 1970s, taking the reader to the present day.
The book presents a memory lane that many will relate to of how life used to be, growing up in Australia. Arborea shares an intimate collection of love letters and cards. He accounts his disappointments of failed ambitions and how he changed to find inner peace.
Readers will discover the secret that made this man so different from the rest, as well as, what women had to say about him. All of these experiences are now passed on as tips to the reader.
“It’s a most fascinating story about love, life and the myth of reincarnation. Mythology sometimes becomes reality, believe it or not. In this book you’ll find the best heartfelt poems written by a man. The 'Little Italy' of Lygon Street, Melbourne, Australia may have had some tough guys, but it also had the most passionate lover! The book’s verdict? Romantically seductive.”
About the Author
Nick Arborea was born in Italy in 1961 and immigrated to Melbourne, Australia, with his parents in 1972. He received a diploma in architectural and structural design from Coburg Technical School and one in psychology from the Medical Register of Australia. He is a member of the Australasian Performing Right, Author’s Association and Actor’s Equity.
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