Traditions and Clash of Cultures
My Daughter’s Hand, a humorous story set in Santa Fe, New Mexico, of two young people in love who find themselves torn by the bride’s centuries old family heritage.
My Daughter’s Hand offers glimpses on the impact of the Spanish culture on weddings and family life. The bride’s father, Pancho, invites his friends to a local cantina to celebrate the engagement of the youngest of his fifteen children, his daughter Sofia, to a New York gringo. As the men imbibe more and more tequila, they embark on an adventure to initiate Jim Hudson, the bridegroom, in the traditions of Mexican weddings.
Backyard Volcano and Other Mysteries of the Heart – Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle