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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 Alexandra Sokoloff, Author of Book of Shadows

Alexandra Sokoloff talks about her latest supernatural thriller, Book of Shadows. Read More »

Book Review: Ruthie and the Hippo’s Fat Behind by Margot Finke

New children's book explores the effect a big change can have in a child's character and behavior. Read More »

Interview with Nicole Weaver, author of Marie and Her Friend the Sea Turtle

Children's author Nicole Weaver donates part of her book's proceeds to help earthquake victims in Haiti. Read More »

Interview with Margot Finke, author of Ruthie and the Hippo’s Fat Behind

Children's author Margot Finke talks about her latest humorous picture book, "Ruthie and the Hippo's Fat Behind." Read More »

Book Review: A Robin Redbreast in a Cage by R.P. Burnham

This latest progressive literary novel by R.P. Burnham explores the darkness and hypocrisy of fundamentalist religion. Read More »

Interview with Silvio Sirias, author of Bernardo and the Virgin

Award-winning author Silvio Sirias discusses his books, writing and the road to publication. Read More »

Book Review: River by Skyla Dawn Cameron

River is a werewolf teen novel with an interesting twist -- this time it's the wolf who gets bitten. Read More »

Interview with Cate Tiernan, Author of Balefire

"Writing a book because it feeds your soul is often not enough," states Tiernan. Read More »

Interview with Sue Lange, author of Uncategorized

"Read what you like. Steal ideas from what you read. Rinse and repeat," states Lange. Read More »

Interview with Lauren Kate, Author of Fallen

"Fallen angels, demons, reincarnation, and the war in heaven were all battling for a piece of the action," says Kate. Read More »