Hello, hello! It has been awhile. Many things have happened in between my last post and this one, some are good– some are bad. But, despite the craziness that became our new normal, we must move on, and try to do our best to stay positive and kind, and care for one another as muchContinue reading “Rhapsody in Dreams- new look”
Last Saturday, which happened to be a leap day of the year, Jacksonville’s Main library was very busy: it was the day of Jax Book Fest 2020. As soon as we entered the library, we were greeted by the members of the staff who then walked us to our allocated tables and provided all theContinue reading “After Jax Book Fest”
Hey, everybody! I’m humbled and proud to be selected among other local authors to participate in the 2020 Jax Book Fest on February 29 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Main Library. I am very nervous, but I hope that my very first public event will go well. Come check it out!
Stella May Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written. Born in former USSR, I immigrated to the United States in 1991. I graduated with the highest honors from the Music Academy in Baku and earned my Master’s Degree. A resident of Saint Johns, Florida, I am a part owner of aContinue reading ““My Book Place” Interview”
Prelude 1992 Kira Wagner died when she was six. The house where she lived with her parents and her baby brother collapsed, burying them alive. They were discovered the next day. By then, Kira’s parents and the baby were long gone; she was breathing, but just barely. In the ambulance, during the mad dash toContinue reading “Rhapsody in Dreams excerpt”
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Hello, my name is Marina Sardarova. Stella May is my pen name (or my alter ego). In many regards, we are very different, even though she is me. She’s more daring, braver and self-assured; she knows exactly what she wants. She writes because she lovesContinue reading “Introducing Stella May”