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Meet the Author: Tina Kantiano to Appear Live on “Reading, Writing and Ralph” Z-TV Show

Tina Kantiano 

ALEXANDRIA, VA – For book lovers, there’s a hot little show livestreaming from Alexandria, Virginia every other Tuesday where host Ralph Peluso interviews writers about their books while an active audience comments and answers trivia questions during the discussion for a chance to win a signed copy of the guest’s book.

On March 9, Tina Rae Kantiano will be the guest for a lively, and pointed discussion about her new book called Living the Dream.

A self-described diminutive dynamo with the soul of a gypsy, Tina Kantiano will talk with Ralph for 30 to 45 minutes about a variety of topics relating to her self-help book which takes a frank and honest look at relationships.

Tina Kantiano’s book, Living the Dream, is available on

As she brashly says, “Marriage and Family, you do not suck at it sometimes it just sucks!”

Using anecdotal accounts to offer guidance through the pitfalls and landmines of 21st century entangements between people, Kantiano relies on her own experiences as a student, teacher, mother, wife, ex-wife, step mother, makeup artist, marketing guru , feminist, socialist, and kick-ass woman who is a hell of a motivator.

Her debut book is designed to help everyone up their marriage and relationship game. She’ll tell you brazenly, “I wrote a book! You should buy it!  Buy it, like it, share it, review it- we all know how this works.” Help out a small-time author who’s looking to go BIG TIME!” “ Buy the book; grab a beverage, some snack, and read a good book, mine.”

Tina current resides in Mclean, Virginia where she reads philosophy and works on her Spanish.

Click here to register early or to watch the event.

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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