fbpx

Editors Choice

From West LA to Worldwide: The Cali Chixxx Story Unplugged

From West LA to Worldwide: The Cali Chixxx Story Unplugged

Popularity Views : 2,145 Hello and welcome to Studio CarryOnHarry! I’m Ella, your host for today’s interview, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to have the incredible trio, the Cali Chixxx, joining us. Hailing from the vibrant streets of West Los Angeles, these talented women have redefined the rap game with their exceptional fusion of

Read More »
Autopilot Story Writer Short Story Writing With AI

Crafting Short Stories with AI Tools: A Fusion of Creativity and Technology

Popularity Views : 2,010 In the digital age, the synergy between human creativity and technological advancements has led to groundbreaking developments in various fields. Writing, particularly the creation of short stories, has witnessed a revolution through the integration of AI tools. These tools assist writers in brainstorming ideas, enhancing plot structures, and even generating story

Read More »

Diane Asitimbay Releases Novel Full of Cultural Insights for Digital Nomads and Retirees Living in Mexico

[ad_1]

San Diego, CA, May 21, 2023 –(CarryOnHarry.com)– Culturelink Press has released a debut novel from the award-winning author Diane Asitimbay, entitled My Life as a Cactus: Tales of a Rookie Reporter in Mexico.

Asitimbay’s debut novel is a story of cultural mishaps working as a reporter in Mexico. Full of pathos and humor, the main character Sara Tortellini, moves from New York to Mexico City to escape her fixation on the wrong man. Readers peer into the wacky world of her misadventures as Sara experiences a culture very different from her own; she saves herself from getting fired after writing about the War of 1847, she rents a room on a rooftop, and undergoes major breast surgery in a Mexican hospital. As a journalist for a daily newspaper, she stumbles upon the maddening mysteries of Mexicans – from the concept of ahorita, “the little now,” to the weird nicknames Mexicans give each other. By the end of her two-year stay, she has come to grips with life in Mexico – and has written a humorous tribute to the country.

Digital nomads who are working in Mexico and retired ex-pats will especially enjoy this witty account of life in Mexico. By learning from Sara’s mistakes, the novel offers cultural insights to make it easier to establish relationships with Mexicans.

About the Author
Diane Asitimbay is an award-winning author of What’s Up, America? A Foreigner’s Guide to Understanding Americans. Her cultural insights have been featured on KPBS Public Radio and in various newspapers and magazines. As a speaker, teacher and intercultural trainer, she has helped countless international newcomers feel at home in the United States.

Ordering Information: My Life as a Cactus: Tales of a Rookie Reporter in Mexico Culturelink Press. Paperback, ISBN 978-0-9759276-18, $16.99, pp. 236 E-book, $9.99, ISBN 978-0-9759276-4-9 pp. 258 Online: Amazon, www.amazon.com and Barnes & Nobel, www.barnesandnobel.com

[ad_2]

Press Update For Studio CarryOnHarry

Find Holiday Deals Flights Attractions and Hotels !

Get Interviewed

Trulli

For Interviews At Studio CarryOnHarry Online Submission Form Click Here


Booking.com

SHOP NOW

Information Media

Carry On Harry Viewpoint

Amazon KDP Success: Mastering the Mindset for Writing and Publishing

Popularity Views : 639   Amazon KDP Success: Mastering the Mindset for Writing and Publishing Mindset plays a critical role in achieving success in self-publishing. The right mindset can help you stay motivated, focused, and committed to your goals, even in the face of challenges and setbacks. In this article, we’ll explore five key mindset

Read More »
0:00
0:00