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Welcome to Writing From MeridaHave you ever thought about picking up and moving to another country? In 1976 I acted on that and moved to Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. I married Jorge and together we have raised our family, co-founded a college, lived amazing adventures and yes, we've had some cross culture clashes as well. My experiences in this corner of the world are the inspiration for much of my writing
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Magic Made in MexicoMore and more internationals are setting up permanent residence in Mexico. The adventure is full of excitement but also has its challenges. I wrote "Magic Made in Mexico" based on my experiences and cultural adaptation to living here. By clicking on the image, you will be directed to my editor's website. The book can be ordered directly from "Editorial Mazatlan" and also through Amazon or Barnes and Noble
The Woman Who Wanted the MoonDuring the aftermath of Mexico’s 1968 student massacre, former lovers Amalia Vasquez and Alejandro Mendez rekindle their romance—a spontaneous act with lifelong repercussions. The personal, professional, and political challenges they encounter over the ensuing twenty-year period mirror what the country has yet to reconcile. Nonetheless, The Woman Who Wanted the Moon is also a celebration of Latin passion, spirituality, resourcefulness, and family loyalty. Indeed, this is a love story with an unexpected and unconventional twist.