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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 Cheryl K. Tardif, Author of Whale Song

Writing the story was like a journey in some ways… one that had been planned and plotted, the course already lined out. Read More »

Interview with True Crime Author Dennis N. Griffin

"Frank [Cullotta] provided me with nearly 400 pages of notes about his life and crimes. I took my treasure trove home and started to read." Read More »

Interview with Michael Simon, Author of The Last Jew Standing

Dan Reles has a new house, beautiful wife, and great career as head of Austin Homicide. The past, however, has a way of catching up... Read More »

Book Review: Dead Right by Brenda Novak

A heart-thudding, spine-tingling, roller-coaster ride of a novel. Read More »

Interview With Erica Miner, Author Of Travels With My Lovers

'Travels With My Lovers' is "a great escape, whether you travel by plane, train, or armchair; but it also shows a woman’s journey of self-discovery." Read More »

Book Review: Who Killed Marcia Maynard? by Alma H. Bond

A novel that will particularly appeal to fans of both mystery and criminal psychology. Read More »

Interview with Sandra Shwayder Sanchez, Author and Co-publisher of The Wessex Collective

The Wessex Collective is a different type of publisher, specializing in 'socially responsible' literary fiction. Read More »

Book Review: Mortal Touch by Inanna Arthen

Despite the fang-less vampires, an expletive-spewing heroine, and other less-than standard-issue vampire novel elements, you can still sink your teeth into Mortal Touch. Read More »

Book Review: Princess Caitlin’s Tiara by Kim Messinger and Michael LaLumiere

Great, fun reading for bedtime. Read More »

Book Review: Judgement Fire by Marilyn Meredith

A short, highly enjoyable mystery. Read More »