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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.

Interview with Children’s Book Author and Freelance Editor Margot Finke

Author and freelance editor Margot Finke talks about the difficulty of writing children's picture books. Read More »

Book Review: Roadworks by Gerard Readett

International intrigue in 2022 Brussels, Belgium. Read More »

Interview with James Hardt, Ph.D., Author of The Art of Smart Thinking

...about human consciousness and workings of the ego. Read More »

Interview with Author Linda Kay Silva

"Cate’s soul has slipped through a seam in time to find anyone with information to help save the Druids from the bloodthirsty Romans." Read More »

Interview with Children’s Book Author Jennifer Gladen

As Gladen's first children's picture book, A Star in the Night, comes out this summer, a dream comes true for this first-time author. Read More »

Interview with Marilyn Meredith, Mystery Author

A missing toddler and a female officer are the center of Marilyn Meredith's latest mystery. Read More »

Interview with Camille Marchetta, Author of The River, by Moonlight

Author Camille Marchetta talks about her latest novel, her writing habits, and finding a publisher. Read More »

Book Review: Three Novellas by Sandra Shwayder Sanchez

It is a tasty morsel to be savored slowly and patiently. What stands out, above all, is the purity and splendor of the writing. Read More »

Interview with Susan Berger, Author of Jamie’s Dream

Children's book author Susan Berger talks about her work and collaboration with her author son. Read More »

Book Review: Vegetation by Mark LaFlamme

A bizarre, spooky - and sometimes downright hilarious - read. Read More »