Tag Archives: books about Mexico

New Children’s Book Release!!

And I’m starting off my 2023 year of “COMPLETE” with my first completion. I’m delighted to announce the first in what will hopefully be a series about 5-year-old Lupita. Claudia Guzes was, of course, the fantastic illustrator for these. 

Meet 5-year-old Lupita. Lupita lives in rural central Mexico y está muy emocionada to share her family’s special events contigo. Today, Lupita and her Abuelita are making a Rosca de Reyes and se están preparando para la llegada de Los Reyes Magos.

In celebration, both the Spanish and bilingual versions are FREE for the next few days. Pick up your copy and enjoy! (If you feel so inclined to leave a review, that would be so appreciated!!)

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Cinco de Mayo Book Bonanza

Do I have a treat for you today! TWELVE FREE BOOKS! Yep! That’s right. Not only can you get my own humble offering if you haven’t already, La Yacata Revolution: How NOT to Buy a Piece of Heaven in Mexico, but 11 other great reads! 

I’m never one to say no to some free books! What are you waiting for???

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International Book Giving Day

Today is International Book Giving Day. Of course, the idea is to get books into the hands of children, but who says adults must be left out of the literary fun! 

So I’m giving away the ebook version of A Woman’s Survival Guide to Holidays in Mexico to anyone who wants it. You can just head to Amazon and pick it up! I’d be so grateful if you would leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads if you’ve already read the book. 

Take the time to enjoy a good book today!

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