She released four albums in Brazil, Europe and US, two of them with her rock band, Telepathique.
Her first novel was published in Portugal, in 2006, by Editora Fenda.
Until 2013, all her works were done under her birth name: Mylene Pires, or Myle Areal.
For four years, she managed a hostel, in her own house in Rio de Janeiro located inside a native forest and just beneath the famous “Christ the Redeemer Statue,” who is blessing her ever since.
In 2014, she rented her house to travel around the world. Her first stop was California, where she and her husband, Walter Daguerre, were supposed to stay for only three months. They have never left… yet.
Currently she is working on many different projects as her soul asks her to do: Finishing a DVD she recorded with ancient Portuguese songs. Finishing her second novel “Hoasca,” a collection of short stories related to the use of the sacred drink “Ayahuasca” by Brazilian natives of the Amazon Forest. Recording a TV documentary about holy places around the world.
Visit Maia online at: http://authormaia.com/