New Literary Agents Seeking Writers

Four literary agents seeking new clients!  Well, they aren’t new in this business, and almost all went from publishing to representation. I know, finding an agent is tough, but not impossible. When an agent asks for new clients, he/she means it. Check out their bio and how to reach out to them.   Michelle S….

Something About Me…

“She was a tiny girl, with a childish smile. You couldn’t take her seriously when you saw her first— her fragile structure would make her unsuitable for tough journalism. Her serene appearance could have been a handicap in journalism, but she transformed it into her best ally. When she worked on a case, she introduced herself…

Hard Time for Trump, The Witch Mihaela Predicts

I found the Witch Mihaela on Facebook. I saw an interview with her produced by BBC and then, an interview on CNN. I was curious to meet her and talk to her. I must confess that I was skeptical when I spoke with her on the phone for the first time—I expected a rush voice and…

Nadia Comaneci, about my memoir

“Dana was a journalist in Romania and often fought for the underprivileged with tough press campaigns. In her belief for a better world, she fought the system and was successful in forcing change. But, at one moment in her life, she chose a different path. “Why?” I will let her answer that question in her…

A Gypsy’s Magic Story

  I thought that Sadee was the most beautiful girl I had ever seen. She got the looks from her father’s Algerian side—light olive skin, extremely dark long hair, and oblique black eyes—and her Romanian mother’s temper. Petite, a little shorter than me, with a Jennifer Lopez bottom, and dressed in a way that was…

Jailbird

  It was a snow storm on that day of the end of November 1999, one that Bucharest didn’t see in a long time. It was late afternoon, and I just came back in my office at the National daily from the prison where I volunteered—helping to rehabilitate prisoners—with a pile of letters from the…

CUTTING THE LINE–A ROMANIAN JOURNALIST’S STORY OF LOVE, SURVIVAL, AND IMMIGRATION

CUTTING THE LINE–A ROMANIAN JOURNALIST’S STORY OF LOVE, SURVIVAL, AND IMMIGRATION offers unique insight into the female immigrant experience in America: the small cruelties, the unexpected kindnesses, the many obstacles, and the occasional victories. From big-city Romania to small-town New England, this memoir explores what it means to leave the life you know behind—and what…

No Tears for Castro

The Hell of Fidel Castro’s Regime Told by a Cuban Refugee    Ernesto Medina, a 29-year-a native of Havana, Cuba, now living in Miami, is still haunted by memories he wants to forget. But it’s not s… Source: No Tears for Castro