Mother, daughter, sister,
educator by vocation, and writer by heart; a woman living passionately, this is
who I am.
Born and raised in
Puerto Rico I learned to embrace nature and simple living. In 1997 I decided to
leave the island and everything familiar moving to the state of Georgia
crafting new pages and rewriting my story. Since then I have been in many
places meeting new faces and adding valuable experiences to my treasure chest.
After a trip to India,
I started writing my first book, The Power of Us: Evolving Women One at a Time,
a memoir honoring the women who raised me; an empowering manifesto to all the
women who can identify with indifference, physical and mental abuse, and
Two years later, while
experiencing a series of dreams and personal encounters with people and places Called
to Ribbon Dance: A Short Story of Hope was born. The story touches past and
present lives and forgotten teachings from long lost ancestors.
Both books have
brought me plenty of satisfactions listening to the testimonies of readers who
have felt moved and inspired by the narrative.
My work has been featured
in Blog Her, Divine Caroline, Goodreads, and BlogTalk Radio among others.
Living Out Loud
represents an open door to the world, where I share my experiences as a woman
writer. Writing, traveling, and fully living are the main topics always seeing
from a positive and empowering perspective. My readers and followers come from
all around the world looking for inspiration. My commitment is to deliver
upbeat content and a welcoming environment where they can feel at home no
matter where they are, where they can live out loud.
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