Literary Giants of the 21st Century on the Love University Podcast

Earlier this month, author, psychologist and teacher Dr. Alex Avila got the unbelievable opportunity to interview more than 15 top writers and influencers at the Miami Book Festival. Here, we highlight some of their most recent books and literary achievements.

Get ready for these talented authors to share their hopes and dreams with you on upcoming airings of the Love University podcast on iTunes:

On The Podcast now:

Pedro Cabiya - Pedro’s latest book is called Tercer Mundo. Learn more about this novel of intrigue set in Puerto Rico - on the Love University podcast, “How To Marry The Most Beautiful Woman in the World and Be Addicted To Kindness”. 

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►M.J. Fievre - Happy, Okay? Poems about Anxiety, Depression, Hope and Survival is about navigating the ups and downs of life. M.J. is one of Haiti’s most beloved authors. Hear what she has to say about her book on mental health that’s touching the hearts of many - on the Love University podcast:

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Get to know these writers on upcoming Love University podcast episodes:

►Amanda J. Scott - Dr. Avila and Amanda discuss her new book, Create Success From Stress

►Macarena Luz Bianchi - Learn more about Macarena’s gem of a book entitled Awaken the Wizard Within  

►Nelson Diaz - Dr. Avila and Nelson discus his fascinating life story, as told in Not From Here, Not From There: The Autobiography of Nelson Diaz

►Susannah Charleston - Susannah was a delight when we previewed her new book, Where The Lost Dogs Go 

►Elissa Altman - Memoirs were popular at the Miami Book Festival. Elissa’s latest is called, Motherland: A Memoir of Love, Loathing, and Longing

►Andrea Bartz - Take a listen, take a read. Andrea’s new book is entitled The Lost Night

►Steve Almond - Don’t miss hearing about Steve’s novel, William Stoner and the Battle for the Inner Life: Bookmarked, set in the first half of the 20th century

►Richard Blanco - How To Love A Country - Richard shares insights about creating his newest collection of poems, exploring contemporary American issues, such as immigration, gun violence, racism, LGBTQ issues, and more

►Jennifer Ayers-Belinkis - It’s a long title and a wonderful book. Hear all about how to benefit from Me: Life Guide and Guided Journey by Journal - Featuring 11 Weeks of 7 Soul: Minds Exercises  

►Amanda Yates Garcia - Amanda walks us through the writing of her book, Initiated: Memoir of A Witch. The book calls on the people of the world to “take up their wand, be brave, describe the world they want, and create it.” 

►Tony Stultz - Full of wisdom, Tony’s new book is called The Three Principles of Oneness 

►Bob Eckstein - For children and adults alike, The Illustrated History of the Snowman, explores the cultural significance of this beloved creature and travels back through time to shed light on the his illustrious past. 

►J. Thomas Rompel - “Breaking the law never seemed right. What if it’s the only way to save the people and the country you love?” The 4th Branch is Book 1 in Rompel’s  Citizen Warrior series. 

►Mia Kingslie - Mia’s book, Survivors of the Sun, is a post-apocalyptic thriller you don’t want to miss.

►Pablo Zaragoza - Apache and Hopi traditions are woven throughout Pablo’s Armageddon: An Apache Story, an artful novel of redemption.   

►Catherine West Penkwitz - Catherine’s Handcuffs in the Sand is an explosive adventure through time, starting in the late sixties and seventies. 

Stay tuned! We’ll be posting podcast interviews with these fabulous writers, one by one.