Interview with Katherine Garcia, author of Red Bandage.

Katherine Garcíainterview Katherine García, author of red bandaging.

When did you start writing? Who or what inspired you to do?

I started writing in the year 2013 and before me had not raised. I simply asked one of my coworkers at that time, what about if I write a book. She replied "do" and there began my passion for writing, which until today has become a fundamental part of my life.

Why this work? What do you propose to her?

Red bandage is the first book I wrote, first love and although at first was written with everything that came to mind, I hoped that someday could become something big, knowing that many other books of this genre are fabulous and have had an amazing acceptance, but mine has some quirk that may like readers and want the opportunity to learn a story full of unexpected twists and incredible characters den.

What the reader will find in this book?

I promise you will not find the typical love story that usually occurs in this genre, I wanted to put a touch of mystery and twists in the plot that can become more interesting for readers. If there is love, but perhaps not essential in the history. Read more Interview with Katherine Garcia, author of Red Bandage.

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Interview with Monica Stevens, author of The Secrets of American culture

Monica StevensInterview with Monica Stevens, author of The secrets of American culture.

When did you start writing? Who or what inspired you to do?

I started very young, with a poem in English on the United States Constitution Speech Contest for American Legion, I won the first prize in Mexico. Later, I work for a public relations agency in Mexico was in charge of translating the press releases that were received for promoting clients like Levi Strauss, Argentinian airlines, Sheraton hotels, Tourism Canada and British tourism. Eventually I started writing the newsletters myself. Even after a trip to England I made Article Who says England not eat well which it was well received and published in several major newspapers in the country. Mundo Ejecutivo magazine, He starting at that time, He offered me a section to which I called "Mexico, Yesterday and today... "in which he wrote about reminiscences and traditions of ancient Mexico, such as the Charreria, History of Tourism in Mexico, Fashion and Casasola Archive (a superb collection of photographs from 1900 until 1970 which it is now part of the General Archive of the Nation). Read more Interview with Monica Stevens, author of The Secrets of American culture

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Interview with Guillermo Osuna, author of fullness and intensity.

Guillermo Osunainterview Guillermo Osuna, author Fullness and intensity.

When did you start writing? Who or what inspired you to do?

I was about seven or eight years old when my mom found a paper thrown in the trash, while he is sweeping and said: Whose is the story of perritas? I was sorry that someone found one of my written thoughts, and for that reason he had pulled. However, I was pleased to arouse the interest or even a little admiration of my mother.

I remember that on that sheet of paper describing striped hair texture two small dogs and the joy of encontrármelas on the street and follow me. In fact, one of them appears in a line of my story My opportunity. Read more Interview with Guillermo Osuna, author of fullness and intensity.

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Interview with Michael Gallucci

Miguel Gallucciinterview Miguel Gallucci, author A story which no longer counted.

Miguel, this is your second novel Us, What is thread between this novel and the previous?

While I created a fictional world to give my novels, in this opportunity, A story which no longer counted, would become the beginning of everything. There are born parents or guardians of upcoming stories. Everything in the Cusitana Republic begins with this story. That's why I invite you to read, so that better understanding the facts come.

What's peculiar about your writing?, How do you define?

All adventurers writing, in any of its forms, They have their own style. I would define my style as "headstrong". It sounds out of order, but it is the best word I can find to define. I ignored simply an article I read a few years ago where the great Umberto Eco recommends to all who dream of being writers, we should do it thinking of ourselves. That is to say, find a way to please someone above your own comfort does not make sense. We must have things in an easy way and light, as if I were telling me a story myself. Who would you like to stay with some doubts? The idea is that half of the story will not be bored Book. Now that's a shame. Read more Interview with Michael Gallucci

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Interview with Julio Meza Andrade

Julio Meza Andradeinterview July Meza Andrade, author between times.

July, Between times is a fiction novel in which the protagonist is love What makes it different from other romance novels?

Love is just a word and may be in thousands of novels or perhaps in all, but the feeling of love is totally personal, so that will always be a feeling different from each other. I guess love in this book is a love like no other, because it is of twin souls. It's like the expression "Tal para cual". They complement each other in everything and not give way to anything or anyone between them.

Why this work? What do you propose to her?

between times, It presents a proof of love you might have and if you reflect about it, you will know if you love as a soul mate or, only you love.

How was the process of creating this work?

Normal. only imagination, feeling and written fiction. Read more Interview with Julio Meza Andrade

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