Mexico stories, books, poems, and more

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A grieving father in a world that has moved on. Read More
A rodeo trip one weekend like no other. The beginning of a nationally recognized sport in Mexico Read More
Mexicans see themselves a certain way. But how are they seen by their neighbors from the north, the United States of America? Despite their problems of violence and poverty Mexicans are proud of their country, their culture and their identity. Salma was born in Mexico in the state of Veracruz. Read More
I share my fascination with the rich variety of sounds to be heard in Mexico City. Read More

Poem / Humor

January 18, 2017

Reads: 52

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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Better head back home to Mexico! Read More

Book / Literary Fiction

January 08, 2017

Reads: 91

Comments: 1

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In this captivating story, Elisa, a young Mayan woman, becomes embroiled in the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas in 1994. She struggles to find a place for herself and her child, alone in this world of extreme poverty and violence — while an enemy waits behind every shadow. Read More

Reads: 117

Comments: 3

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taken from my book, "I Gotta Find My Mind" Read More

Short Story / Other

September 06, 2016

Reads: 125

Shelves: 2

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Chico is on an endless search for food when he meets the neighborhood bully. Will this thug get what he deserves? Read More

Tags: karma, dog, mexico

Short Story / Humor

January 04, 2016

Reads: 186

Shelves: 1

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A band of monarch butterflies travels from Canada to Mexico led by their first-born, Beaucup. The story involves true aspects of their migration; in particular, how they leave Canada for the first time and return to the same trees in Mexico where their ancestors stayed . Read More

Reads: 94

Comments: 2

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Wrote this while sitting on a concrete step in Guanajuato during my first year in Mexico. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

April 20, 2015

Reads: 165

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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One of the short poems I wrote while living down in Mexico. Read More
The second book in the series: Stumpy. Stumpy the silly kitten without a tail, chases after a gecko in the ancient Mayan Tulum Ruins. What does the world look like if you're a teeny tiny kitten?! Follow this lovable black and white meow meow as he braves his surroundings. Stumpy… Read More
A young girl finds a group of survivors after the Apocalypse begins, she quickly becomes part of the group. This is the story of Rae, a kick ass Z hunter. Read More

Reads: 151

Comments: 2

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Why are the adobe huts in Max's garden? Why is everyone on the train speaking Spanish? Read More
Love makes you do crazy things. Mia is in love more than ever before, but where will it take her? The truth about love will be unveiled and she will undertand it for what it truly is. It will take her where she would have never thought she would be. Read More

Reads: 160

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Moving from one culture to another can be exciting and confusing. Some of the differences can be strange and difficult to adjust to or can be very amusing. Here are the observations of a California woman who moves to the heart of Mexico. This is just to give you an… Read More
The story of a mother's love. Read More

Tags: love, mother, baby, mexico

Reads: 779

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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A short story of Business, Revenge, and Gunfights, also Drunkedness!!! Read More

Reads: 356

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A western short, but becuase of its length I'll have it divided into a small number of chapters. reccommended for Western Fans. This is tale of a six shooter in a town of where they gamble for much higher stakes Read More

Reads: 115

Comments: 1

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Lucas Navarra y Reyes, determined eldest son of one of the most prestigious families in Mexico, grows up among the slums of the port after being disinherited by his father. He is shaped by the harshness of poverty and his heart embittered by the difficulties of life. The women he… Read More

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"Buitre" means "vulture" in Spanish. Five guys drive through southern Mexico; odd things happen. They are not necessarily magical but highly unconventional. Note: This is original literary fiction and there is a focus on language and symbol in addition to my attempt to tell an unusual story. The photograph of… Read More

Reads: 109

Comments: 2

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The story of a 107-year-old man who wants to make sure he becomes the oldest man alive. Read More

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"City of Gold" was inspired by the true story of Francisco Coronado, a 16th Century Spanish conquistador and his determined -- yet desperate -- search for undiscovered treasure in the American Southwest. Travel back in time more than 400 years as this army of explorers, driven by greed and a… Read More

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The diplomatic service is supposed to be cocktail parties and champagne, isn't it? For Lee Penny it's murder, threats, and Mexican jails to look after American prisoners. Along with the narcos, the Cubans take an interest in Penny and it is not long before Diplomatic Security is looking to pull… Read More

Reads: 76

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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the man is on the road again Read More

Tags: guns, western, mexico

One always has immense intrigue about subjects related to future & personality traits.Here is a book that offers a reader a homogeneous mixture of both with an ounce of mystery & suspense.A quick read with an engaging plot,the story is set in Mexico & NYC engages the readers to visualize… Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 01, 2013

Reads: 144

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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She’s more than just the cleaning lady. Read More

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In the rush to settle the lands that the United States took from Mexico after the Treaty of Hidalgo, the Anglo settlers traveled into the area that made up the New Mexican territories. The new movement of American settlers was spurred on by the Country’s belief in Manifest Destiny. This… Read More
well im working on this chapter i am trying to put together a book about my adventures as a kid this chapter is about my trip to tijwanna with a couple buddies pretty wild but fun overall this is about half the chapter so far let me no watcha think!! Read More
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