Middle child that I am, I was born right in the middle of the baby boom. Childhood for me was straight out of the American Dream, Texas-style, while my coming of age came about during the crucial years of the late 60’s and early 70’s, along with the Beatles, Viet Nam, the counter culture, and alternative life styles. At 22, after a brief stint at the university, followed by a bout of working and traveling the US in search of self, I took a bus to Mexico, where I eventually found my partner of partners, Car, married him twice (once in each country), and embarked on a new adventure which included a new culture, a new language, and becoming a parent, a role I inevitably relearned with each of my 5 children! After 15 years of moving around in our camper and trying different places on for size, we finally settled in our own place in central Mexico, where I’m living at present, teaching English, doing translations, painting, writing, and working on different projects that grab my interest.
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Back to the Stone Ship
by Min Belin
Published: June 20, 2012.
In this sequel, Myla Carter, on her way to college, returns for the summer to the Stone Ship, where her grandmother awaits her with a big surprise. More surprises are in store during first semester, but the real shock comes with the new year. Their enemy is back with a vengeance, and they must all prepare for the final showdown. The question is: can they outwit him before he destroys them!
The Stone Ship
by Min Belin
Published: May 28, 2012.
Visiting grandma for the summer turns out to be an adventure of a lifetime for Myla Carter, when she finds grandma to be younger looking than her own mother. As she awakens on the second day to an empty house, a strange man arrives saying he was sent by grandma to take her to safety. Filled with questions, she realizes the only way she'll get the answers is to go with him up to the Stone Ship.
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