25.2. & 28.2.20 „Schreibende Frauen Lesen“ (Writing Women Read) @ Radio LoRa

It was a blast doing this reading thing at Radio LoRa, which has been broadcasted on 25th and 28th February 2020. Just a little correction: my new book „E38“ will be released at the beginning of March! The interview can be heard on SoundCloud too, in german language.
By kind permission of Karin Mayerhofer Dobler and lovely thanks to her for hosting me at the radio station:

„Die Autorin Sina Merino stellt ihre drei Bücher vor. Ihr erstes Buch „Die Papierfabrik“ (in Italienisch: La Cartiera), eine wahre Geschichte über die zweifache Migration ihrer Tante Anna Donatiello, die zuerst von Italien in die Schweiz einwanderte und von hier nach Argentinien auswanderte. Als zweites liest sie einige Passagen aus ihrem Roman „Nebel über Durban“ (Nebbia su Durban). Den Abschluss macht der Thriller „E38″, der jetzt im Februar 2020 erscheint und auch im Darknet spielt. Er setzt die Geschichte des geheimnisvollen Schlosses und der Protagonisten aus Nebel über Durban fort. Viel Vergnügen beim Reinhören.“

„E38“ 978-3-033-07681-5 Thriller / The Paper Factory

I’m very proud to announce the release of my new, third book „E38“ and it’s a thriller. A completely new writing experience and different writing style as the other two books before. The plot was already in the quiver two years ago, but a tragic experience has required all my energy and afterwards a broken arm, both have stopped me. But last summer I picked up again all the energy and did the finishing. The productive time took another few months, together with my creative director Werner Strähl we worked on it very intensively. The book will be released at the beginning of March in german language and there’s a novelty too: by my own publishing company The Paper Factory. I dedicate this book to my dearest Irene, who’s life was torn out two years ago.

12.2.20 La Sorgente – Intervista con Anna Donatiello, protagonista de „La Cartiera“

It has come to the 99th half-yearly issue of the magazine „La Sorgente“ and this time the space is dedicated to my auntie Anna. During her last holiday in 2019, I interviewed her, it’s in Italian – maybe to a later time it will be translated into Spanish and English. Grazie mille to Nicola Conforti, Director of La Sorgente for all his support during the last years – looking forward to the 100ed issue sometime in Summer!