Magnusmade started in 2011 as my website for creative projects and all things that allow me to achieve greatness. The focus for this web destination is travel, food, writing, reading, and drink. I typically post about my writing, travels, occasional cooking experiments, and even cocktail research — teaching myself to mix a good drink.
I also blog about my experience in writing and promoting my debut novel The Love Fool, as well as new writings I’m currently working on. All writing related posts can be found under the Writing category. Topics include writing, revising, editing, getting published, and publicity.
Thank you for visiting Magnusmade.
ABOUT LORENZO PETRUZZIELLO
Lorenzo holds a Global MBA in International Marketing from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. His background includes publicity and marketing for many of public television’s popular cooking and travel shows. Lorenzo lives in Massachusetts working on his writing; and contributes to publications including Intermezzo magazine and SIP magazine. His debut novel The Love Fool is available at booksellers worldwide including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Indigo Canada. Lorenzo is currently working on his second novel.
Kilroy is Here: Musings of an Author (Apple Podcast)
February 10, 2020: S1, E6: An Interview with Lorenzo Petruzziello
Tell Me About Your Damn Book (Apple Podcast)
June 18, 2018: S1, E4: Lorenzo Petruzziello
Feathered Quill Book Reviews (Author Interview)
March 16, 2018: Author Interview: Lorenzo Petruzziello
what is magnusmade?
Greatness augmented in a subject, person, brand, or experience. Inspired by the Latin word ‘magnus,’ meaning great or magnificent.
Why are my twitter and instagram handles @LorenzoMagnus?
Lorenzo Magnus (aka Lorenzo the Magnificent)
Magnus, meaning “Great” in Latin, was sometimes used as a first name among Romans. Concurrently, Ancient Roman emperors were sometimes referred to as [first name] Magnus (ex. Pompeii Magnus). In later years, the best known “Magnificent” was Lorenzo di Medici (aka Lorenzo the Magnificent); whom was known as the founder of the art and renaissance movement in Florence. Like di Medici, I am typically surrounded by artists and creative thinkers. Therefore, since my name is Lorenzo, I felt attaching myself with “Magnus” fit just right. One can say it was “magnusmade”. I mean, I know I’m magnificent, so why not? Right?