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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 Alyson Flippo, author of ‘Addie B. Strong – I Am So Strong’

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Her book was inspired by her desire to remind each and every reader of their vast potential – the strength that comes from within. Read More »

Interview: Penelope Anne Cole, author of ‘Magical Matthew’

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"Before you decide writing is your passion, make sure you want to take on both the creative side of writing and the business side including publicity, promotion, and marketing." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Known Devil’ by Justin Gustainis

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Smart, gritty, snarky witty urban fantasy. Read More »

Interview: Alinka Rutkowska, Author of ‘Maya & Filippo Make Friends in Auckland’

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"When I get something in my head, I plan the execution and I go for it." Read More »

Interview: Chris Karlsen, Author of ‘Knight Blindness’

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The author of the Knight in Time series talks about writing, editing and re-writing. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Knight Blindness’ by Chris Karlsen

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The third installment in Karlsen's "Knights in Time" series brings a blind 14th century knight to the modern world. Read More »

Interview: Gerald Freeman, Author of ‘Kill Daddy’

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" I read Johnathon Livingstone Seagull, which changed my life completely and it helped me to embrace my individuality." Read More »

Interview: João Cerqueira, Author of ‘The Tragedy of Fidel Castro’

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"I love making up stories. I create a world; I people it with characters; I unleash conflicts and offer solutions (that don’t always work)." Read More »

Interview: Freddie Owens, Author of ‘Then Like The Blind Man’

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" I can think of no better way to get caught up in a story than this – to begin to see the world with fresh eyes, even if only borrowed for a time." Read More »

Interview: Rudy A. Mazzocchi, Author of ‘Storytelling’

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"I believe everyone should attempt to 'write'. If you don't enjoy it, take up golf. It will require about the same amount of your time and be equally frustrating." Read More »