Austin Business Journal: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman
Boston Business Journal: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman
el Argentino sin Fronteras: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman
Prensa Mexicana: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman
Foreword Reviews Indie Book Finalists Selects Lucia Zarate: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman
Reader’s Entertainment Radio talks to award-winning author Cecilia Velastegui
Cecilia Velastegui Talks About The Life of Lucia Zarate The World’s Smallest Woman
A Year of Book Awards for Latina Author of High-Stakes Historical Thrillers and Bilingual Children’s Fables
Jetsetter and Author:
Fabulous Fiction: A Latina writer finds her own path to success.
ForeWord Reviews IndieFab Book of the Year Finalist
LACMA purchases long-lost masterpiece, once kept under a couch
National Latino Book Club – Association of American Publishers/Las Comadres
University of Southern California Daily Trojan. The olingutio gave Velastegui a chance to write about larger environmental issues.
Read the Orange County Register’s article about my children’s book Olinguito Speaks Up!
International Award-Winning Novel, MISSING IN MACHU PICCHU, Free as an E-Book Download
Huffington Post recommends Missing in Machu Picchu
I was recently interviewed for Reader Views and you can view the interview here:
“I HAVE ALWAYS IMAGINED THAT PARADISE WILL BE A KIND OF LIBRARY.” – Jorge Luis Borges
Award Winning Novel, TRACES OF BLISS, Free at On-Line Booksellers
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PUBLISHERS – 5TH ANNUAL NATIONAL LATINO BOOK CLUB SELECTS TRACES OF BLISS by Cecilia Velástegui
Nov 14, 2011 – Beautifully written and meticulously researched, GATHERING THE INDIGO MAIDENS is a must read for anyone who loves a good thriller.
The OCHTTF would like to give a special thank you to the author of the book, Gathering the Indigo Maidens, Cecilia Velastegui,
TRACKING EVIL THROUGH ART
Jane Glenn. Orange Coast Magazine January 2012
You Tube fan
Interview with Cecilia Velástegui
Radio interview with Cecilia Velástegui
Orange County Philanthropy Examiner
New Art Theft Mystery Explores Hispanic Human Trafficking
Who Said the Life of an Art Collector Had to Be Dull?