Dr. Andrea Perez Mukdsi from the Spanish Department invited a Cuban and award-winning writer Daina Chaviano to UNG.

Award-winning author Daína Chavianonew windowhates when literature is boring. So the Cuban native approaches her novels on two levels to keep her readers interested.

“On the first level, I work with the adventure and mystery of the story,” Chaviano said. “I want to know what is going on with the character and what the character is going to do next.”

On the second level, she wants readers to question their perceptions.

Chaviano, author of more than a dozen novels, plans to pose those questions to University of North Georgia (UNG) students when she visits Wednesday, Oct. 25. She will speak at 6 p.m. in room 232 of the Health and Natural Sciences building on the UNG Dahlonega Campus.