Catarinense makes history by releasing books from its publisher in Los Angeles | Leo Coelho

Catarinense makes history by releasing books from its publisher in Los Angeles | Leo Coelho
Catarinense makes history by releasing books from its publisher in Los Angeles | Leo Coelho

Ana Silvani, from Chapeco, founder and editor of WeBook Publishing, which is focused on Latino and bilingual female writers, recently promoted a debate panel between its authors as part of the celebrations of National Latin Day at the Barnes & Noble bookstore, which is located in the heart of Los Angeles, in the United States.

Presented by journalist and marketing director at WeBook, Fey Alves, the event was attended by Ana Silvani, from Santa Catarina, author of the book Half Love, Metade Amor and who has lived in the United States since 2006, Maytê Carvalho, winner of the program O Aprendiz Brasil – Special Edition and bestselling author in Brazil, who launched the English version of her book Persuasion: How To Pitch Your Ideas And Own The Room and Drica Lobo, artist and author of Decoding The Flow.

More than 100 people participated in the event, which was attended by illustrious figures such as Mabel Cezar, voice actress, actress and announcer of TV Globo calls, Santa Catarina journalist Cleide Klock and actress Suzana Pires.

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