Curiosity = Lifelong Learning
Dorah Blume is an author of historical fiction novels. Her latest, Botticelli's Muse, is a provocative story about Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, the conflicts of Medici Florence, and the woman at the heart of his paintings.
Dorah Blume, Deborah Bluestein, Botticelli's Muse, Sandro Botticelli, italian renaissance, italian artists, medici florence, historical fiction novel
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Curiosity = Lifelong Learning

Curiosity = Lifelong Learning

Adding to cosmic questions “Is there life on another planet?” or “What is the meaning of our existence?” I have plenty of mundane ones. YouTube helps answer “How do I cut a box spring in half so I can bring it up a narrow staircase then put it back together?” or “How do I remove water stains from my antique library table, untangle techno mysteries so I can get my computer to do what I want it to do, or create a podcast? (Thanks to YouTube, this week I learned how to do the visual mashup you see here.) Curiosity led me to pursue an MFA in creative writing 30 years after receiving my undergraduate degree. It leads me to research my novels. After watching a movie, curiosity leads me to figure out what I loved or hated about it.

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