So recently I posted stuff I wrote during the storm. This post I wrote AFTER. The stories are true and despite the stress in my writing, everything turned out fine. October 12, 2017: Don't get sick. Whatever you do, don't let yourself get sick. It's not a good time to get sick now. Hospitals have … Continue reading Things I Wrote After the Storm – Hurricane Maria – Puerto Rico
Aquí mi entrevista en Transformando tu Mañana por WIAC 740AM el pasado 20 de enero de 2018. Espero les guste. / Here's the video for the radio interview I gave on 1/20/2018. It is in Spanish and yes, that's Justin's cap. My son let me borrow it. Hope you like it.
When you think of a Puerto Rican author, you probably think they write in Spanish. Sure, there are plenty of boricua authors established in the US who publish in English, but those publishing their work in Puerto Rico tend to write in Spanish. That said, there are exceptions. And they are good ones. Currently, we … Continue reading 7 Puerto Rican Authors Writing in English
Septiembre 19, 2017. 8:46pm: Se apagan las luces. Ajá. Ya se fue– digo en voz alta. No sé por qué lo anuncio. Todo el mundo sabía que se iba a ir la luz. Era cuestión de cuándo. Pero coño, ni siquiera ha empezado a soplar. Me quejo, pero no vale la pena. No es como … Continue reading Durante el Huracán María… Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico got really lucky with Irma, but that doesn't mean shit didn't go down. Here are pics of the next day in San Juan where the effects were not as strong as on the eastern side of the Island. There are lots of trees on the ground and electrical posts broken. There is no … Continue reading Después de Irma (Puerto Rico)
For the 3rd year in a row I've had a booth at the Puerto Rico ComicCon. Let me just start by saying that I love it! The ComicCon is a very happy place. It's not only a great place for me to showcase my books, but also a wonderful opportunity to meet like-minded people and … Continue reading Pixie Piper at the Puerto Rico ComicCon 2017