*Favor leer con ritmo reggaetonero Estoy bien en-ca-bro-ná Ahora cualquier pendejo escribe de ná Rimas que no hacen sentido Hablando de yales y el chillo Hazme el favor de leerte un libro Me importa un comino la jeva del tipo Ya me di cuenta que lo tienes chiquito El que canta diciendo lo duro … Continue reading Ranteo Urbano
When Frances McDormand said "inclusion riders" during her acceptance speech at the #Oscars2018, I could've sworn she said "writers". "Inclusion writers" made so much sense to me I even tweeted it. You see, I'm a writer. And writers are the people who include the characters in their stories. Whether it be a book, short story, … Continue reading Inclusion Writers – My bad, but not really
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
The Trove of the Water Dragon by Maricel Jiménez Peña My rating: 5 of 5 stars I had been holding off on writing a review for this book because, for a while I felt that it wasn't as good as book 1. I now realize (after a good re-read) that it's actually pretty awesome. It's … Continue reading Pixie Piper 2: My Review
The Pixie Piper book series has been out now for almost 3 years and it's gathered some really nice reviews. I decided to start the year sharing some of these since I haven't blogged in ages and I need to get my blogging rhythm back on track. Book 1: A Fairy's Breath has a … Continue reading Pixie Piper Reviews