Only two things are infinite: the universe and Francesca’s impulse to write. She’s the Sardinian writer at Cultur-e. She started writing at an early age and then learned how to speak. And if Einstein had needed to revise his famous quote, she would have known exactly where to start. Her degree in Foreign Languages and Literature drove her to become an editor, but her incessant activity as a blogger gave her a certainty: passion rhymes with work. Since then, she has been battering frantically on her poor keyboard as if it were a drum set. And her rhythm has truly produced a beat.
From Cagliari, you can arrive anywhere with your imagination. Her free-time secret is to read books that soothe her and listen to rock music, but only the craziest. She loses herself looking at the sky and the stars, but always finds her way back through the thousands of files that clutter her desktop. She looks timid and silent, but conceals a stormy, creative streak. Her motto? Just a few, good words.