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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 Christopher Hoare, Author of The Wildcat’s Victory

Hoare's strong female protagonist blends femininity with fearless action. Read More »

Interview with Dan Ronco, Author of Unholy Domain

Ronco's techno-thriller is packed with adventure, greed and romance. Read More »

Book Review: Curse of the Bayou by Mary Cunningham

Dangerous swamps, man-eating alligators, and evil pirates await the reader. Read More »

Interview with Multi-Genre Author Kim McDougall

About writing and the art of needle felting. Read More »

Interview with Freelance Children’s Writer Donna McDine

Children's author Donna McDine stresses the importance of a special writing space. Read More »

Interview with Celise Downs, author of A Royale Pain

Celise Downs refers to her new series as "Nancy Drew with a twist." Read More »

Interview with Michaela Riley, Author of Embittered Justice

"Although the book is fictionalized, malicious prosecution is not. It is very real and can have devastating effects on the lives of the innocent." Read More »

Interview with Emilio Corsetti, Author of 35 Miles From Shore: The Ditching and Rescue of ALM Flight 980

Corsetti's book, about a real plane accident and the rescue that followed, took a long time to research and write. Read More »

Interview with Melissa Zollo, Author of Discover the Power of Imagination

Melissa Zollo is an author, speaker and imagist. In this interview she talks about the power of imagination. Read More »

Interview with Joel Richardson, Co-Author of Why We Left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out

"If I remained silent, it would be hateful to the [book's] brave individuals, many who are living under a death sentence for leaving Islam." Read More »