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Mexico Novels
Author Jane Rosenthal's series of romantic suspense novels begins with Palace of the Blue Butterfly set in the exciting world south of the border.
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Mexico Novels Aug 24
In these turbulent times, what we need are strolling mariachis in the streets. The upbeat music and enthusiasm of the musicians can't help but put a smile on your face!
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Mexico Novels Jul 31
August 15th is a very special day in Mexico, because it is believed to be the day that the Virgin Mary was "assumed" into heaven. Religious celebrations will be happening all over the country to celebrate this beloved figure.
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Mexico Novels Jun 24
It's almost time to display your flag and shoot off fireworks! Every country is proud of its history, and flags symbolize that pride. The Mexican flag represents the story of the great Aztec civilization and what is now Mexico City.
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Mexico Novels May 22
Have you ever wondered how we wind up with certain holidays? Some clearly have religious or patriotic roots. Mother's Day has neither, but it does have a special history of its own.
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Mexico Novels Apr 24
Looking for a worthwhile volunteer effort this summer? Why not help save an endangered species and enjoy the beaches of Mexico at the same time?
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Mexico Novels Apr 24
Did you know that some species of sea turtles can live up to 80 years, and as adults, they return to the same beach where they were born to lay their own eggs?! The month of May is the official kick-off to the sea...
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Mexico Novels Apr 18
Mexico officially has the second largest Catholic population in the world and Easter is passionately celebrated, starting with decadence and ending with piousness:
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Mexico Novels Apr 18
Will you celebrate Easter this Sunday? Perhaps by attending a church service, serving brunch to family and friends or putting on an Easter egg hunt for little ones? There are many different ways in which we mark this holiday in...
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Mexico Novels Feb 20
Becoming an author is something you can do at any stage of life. It doesn't have to be your first or only career. All you need is an idea and the desire to see it come to life on paper. Tips on how to get started on your creation today: https:/www.mexiconovels.com/write-a-book/
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Mexico Novels Feb 20
Tell the truth...have you ever thought about writing a book; maybe even seeing your name in print one day? If so, you're in good company! It turns out, the great majority of people are...
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Mexico Novels Jan 29
Immigration is a hot topic these days, but I fear in all the discussion, we are forgetting why we have opened our doors in the past. Exposure to other cultures through language, food, music and art enriches the world we live in.
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Mexico Novels Jan 29
With all the debate over border security going on in Washington, I thought it was a good time to reflect on the positive effects that immigration has had on our culture. National security is an important concept, but we need...
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Mexico Novels Jan 8
Two days ago, children all over Mexico left their shoes out, hoping that the Magi would stop and leave gifts. Have you ever celebrated El Dia de Reyes?
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Mexico Novels Jan 8
Did your children leave their shoes out with a wish list for the Tres Reyes (three kings) on Sunday? Who was the lucky recipient of the piece of Rosca de Reyes cake with the baby Jesus doll...
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Mexico Novels Dec 28
What do you get when you mix an ancient, religious belief system with a more modern day approach to Catholicism? Find out here:
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Mexico Novels Dec 28
The holiday season is officially in full swing. In the U.S., we have moved fairly far from the religious beginnings of holidays such as Christmas. We tend to think of Santa Claus and...
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Mexico Novels Nov 14
It can be hard to remember to be grateful for politics! But looking around, we see many people in the world fighting to have the same rights that we do in the U.S.
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Mexico Novels Nov 14
Did things swing your way in the midterm elections last week? I hope so, but more than that, I hope you exercised your sacred right to make your voice known one way or the other. We forget sometimes how lucky we truly are to...
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Mexico Novels Oct 19
Who will you be creating an ofrenda for in a few weeks? What a beautiful way to honor those who are no longer with us:
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Mexico Novels Oct 19
Now is a very important time of year in Mexico, when they honor and celebrate loved ones that have passed away. The Day of the Dead, El Dia de los Muertos, is dedicated to remembering, not the sadness of their death, but the love...
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