Karen Cioffi co-author of Day’s End Lullaby Is Interviewed By Norm Goldman Of
Karen is a former accountant
who left her profession in 2000 and has now turned her talents to
authoring and freelance writing.
Two of Karen’s favorite
sayings are: Nothing ventured, nothing gained and You
must be the change you want to see in the world.
Karen is a children's author and children's ghostwriter as well as the Editor-in-Chief of Writers on the Move.
Good day Karen and thanks for
participating in our interview
When did you first realize
you wanted to be a writer? What keeps you going?
It's a great interview, please stop by and check it out with the link at the top of the post.
Monday, June 15, 2009
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Check out Mayra Calvini's book, available from Zumaya Publications
Sunstruck has its own site at: www.sunstruckthenovel.blogspot.com.
Twenty-four year old Daniella is an architecture student living with her narcissistic artist boyfriend in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Abandoned by her father at an early age, Daniella always falls for the wrong type of man.
Her most enduring male relationship so far is with her 30-pound Turkish angora cat. Thankfully, Daniella's mother is always there to offer a shoulder.
Several strange mysteries are threaded through Daniella's everyday life: her ex-husband, Ismael, has just opened an outlandish hotel for animal lovers that has her distraught; Ismael's wife, a rich woman Daniella fondly refers to as "Lady Dracula," has some gruesome ways to keep her skin looking young; Daniella's mother is founding a revolutionary, feminist society called The Praying Mantises; the island's national forest is being depleted of hallucinogenic mushrooms; meanwhile, young girls are disappearing and there's a nut loose dressed as Zorro slashing the rear ends of women who wear miniskirts.
Oppressed by all these crazed, eccentric characters, Daniella feels herself falling into an abyss. Then something horrendous happens, making Daniella wake from her stupor and take charge of her life.
*For additional information, visit the author’s website at www.MayraCalvani.com
Contact the author at mayra.calvani(at)gmail.com
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