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Author Archives: Mayra Calvani

Mayra Calvani writes fiction and nonfiction for children and adults and has authored over a dozen books, some of which have won awards. Her stories, reviews, interviews and articles have appeared on numerous publications such as The Writer, Writer’s Journal, Multicultural Review, and Bloomsbury Review, among many others. Represented by Serendipity Literary.

Book Review: Behind the Columns by Arlette Gaffrey

The author does an excellent job in bringing the old South and the Creole society to life. Read More »

Interview with Beverly Stowe McClure, Author of Life On Hold

A paper found. A secret revealed. A girl's life changed forever. Read More »

Book Review: J2 by Phoebe Wray

J2 is an entertaining, high-speed dystopian fantasy with a sympathetic, kick-ass heroine. Read More »

Short Story Review: “Redemption for a Rouge” by Jennifer Conner

A sweet historical love story that tackles dyslexia for fans of romance fiction. Read More »

Book Review: Tracks in the Snow by Sandra H. Esch

The story is a snapshot of a family in Minnesota during World War II. Read More »

Interview with Nicole Weaver, Author of My Sister Is My Best Friend

"I got inspired to write My Sister is My Best Friend after I met my half sister for the first time in 2008," says Weaver. Read More »

Interview with Jack L. Brody, Author of The Moroni Deception

“I tried to say some positive things that I could find whenever appropriate ... I did, though, want to work in as many true beliefs and historical facts as I could.” Read More »

Book Review: The Moroni Deception by Jack L. Brody

If you enjoyed The DaVinci Code, you'll love this one. In fact, think of it as The Mormon DaVinci Code. Read More »

Book Review: Call Me Tuesday by Leigh Byrne

A first person account of child abuse. Read More »

Book Review: The Nameless Prince by Dominick R. Domingo

The Nameless Prince is a beautifully-written debut YA novel about faith, disillusionment, and innocence. Read More »