Shiån Serei interviewed on Artist First Radio Network

Shiån Serei was interviewed on the Author First show, on Artist First Radio network. Host, Tony Kay, spoke with Shiån about the origin of his writing and early childhood influences. Shiån shared his experience in moving often as a child in a military family and how it helped him understand the world and dynamics of social influence. The two also discussed two of Shiån’s newest books and how they were.

Shiån Serei – Interview on Authors-First Show

Attention Romance Novel Fans: The romantic adventure, “The Bee Keeper’s Daughter” will be reviewed live with author Shiån Serei on the “Authors-First” Show on ArtistFirst World Radio Network, Tuesday, January 31, at 6:00 PM (EST). Tune-in from anywhere on your Smart Phone, Car, Tablet, PC, or any wi-fi device. Shiån will also talk about his new children’s book project, Bear & Bee Bedtime Rhymes. Listen… http://lin1.ash.fast-serv.com:7988/stream.mp3.m3u or visit: http://www.artistfirst.com About.

Bear & Bee Bedtime Rhymes – Translated in 5 Languages

Bear & Bee Bedtime Rhymes will soon be available in five languages; English, Spanish, French, Russian and Mandarin Chinese. The translated versions will be produced in Amazon Kindle Format for eBooks and in traditional print options as well. The translations are expected to be available to the public by February 1, 2017. Please subscribe to the Bearberia Newsletter for updates and discount offers.  About Bear & Bee Bear & Bee.

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