Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15) is now--and what better time to learn about some of the fabulous Latina writers.
I will be ordering this book, it sounds really interesting and before that price goes back up. I have trouble reviewing anthologies and this one has a lot of Latina authors included! I think I will take my time reading it--not rushing through to get the review up--I hope you take the time to click through some of the links-I think you will become just as interested as I am in reading it.
About the Book (from Amazon)
An inspirational, entertaining, and informative book focusing on the craft of writing and the practical business of publishing, one that provides aspiring authors with the nuts and bolts of the business. A book that not only showcases prominent figures but emerging voices as well, writers working on a wide range of genres from the literary to the commercial.
In spite of their different backgrounds, education levels, and jobs, two factors more than any others bind these writers together: their passion and commitment to their craft and to sharing their stories with the world in spite of the odds.
Latina Authors and Their Muses is a celebration of creativity, the writer’s life, the passionate quest for spiritual and artistic freedom.
From the Foreword by Leticia Gomez
“Latina Authors and Their Muses is a celebration of creativity and the creative writing process, but it also offers savvy information about the industry itself, as well as agents and publishers. It also provides helpful hints and strategies regarding promotion and marketing, whether you are a fledging Latina writer just getting started or a multi-published, seasoned author who has been around the publishing block once or twice.”
Read a chapter here
Read a very interesting piece on how this anthology came about here (the editors preface)
Purchase the Book Here: Amazon OmniLit Discount price of 99 cents from Sept. 25th to Oct. 5th!
About the Author: (from Publicity sent to me-Picture from Goodreads)
Award-winning author Mayra Calvani has penned over ten books for children and adults in genres ranging from picture books to nonfiction to paranormal fantasy novels. She’s had over 300 articles, short stories, interviews and reviews published in magazines such as The Writer, Writer's Journal and Bloomsbury Review, among others. She enjoys walking her dog, traveling, and spending time with her family. A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, she now resides in Brussels, Belgium.
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