Hello and happy Summer!
I have a book give away. 1st 3 ladies to comment get a copy! happy reading! Maria Sanchez
While planning a Quinceañera for her estranged niece, Beatriz learns about life and motherhood in this heartfelt second installment of the Quinceañera Club series.
Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz, the first novel in the series, won the Mariposa Award for fiction, an International Latino Book Award. The Society of Latino and Hispanic Writers of San Antonio has listed it as #7 in its Top 10 List of the Best Hispanic Books of 2009.
Belinda Acosta has written and published plays, short stories, and essays. As a journalist, her work has appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, The Austin Chronicle, the San Antonio Express-News, The San Antonio Current, and AlterNet. Her short story Tortilla Dough appeared in Saguaro, a publication of the University of Arizona in 1992. In 1993, she produced, directed and performed in a multi-media dance-theater performance of La Llorona. National exposure came in 1995 when she read her personal essay Gran Baile, on Latino USA - the Radio Journal of News and Culture, carried on National Public Radio. Acosta received a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from The University of Texas in 1997. She lives in Austin, Texas and is the TV and media columnist for The Austin Chronicle.