Mexico-My Space

The Space for Expatriates

Mexico-My Space Authors

Information

Mexico-My Space Authors

Members are Authors of Books on Mexico

Location: Wherever the Authors are
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2013

Discussion Forum

Hotel In Playa Del Carmen

Started by Tatiana Valdez Feb 18, 2013.

New Book

Started by Robert Shand Jan 23, 2010.

Meet The Mexicans 2 Replies

Started by Mexico Mike. Last reply by Mexico Mike Apr 26, 2009.

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Mexico-My Space Authors to add comments!

Comment by George Puckett on March 25, 2012 at 1:47pm

Welcome to the group. I will not ask how long thr first drsft took.

FounderDude

Comment by Sid Grosvenor on March 25, 2012 at 11:04am

HI Fellow Authors. I've been writing almost my whole life. Grade school stories about space invaders, law briefs as an attorney, bureaucratize as a Police Administer, Articles for www.ChapalaClub.com, and even had an essay in published in a best selling book.

Now I've just completed the first draft of "How to Live a Caviar Lifestyle on a Tuna Fish Pension at Safe, Beautiful, & Affordable Lake Chapala Mexico!". Looking forward to getting to know each of you. Tu amigo, Sid

Comment by John K. Glaab, CIPS on January 25, 2010 at 11:59am
The Ultimate book on how to invest in Mexican real estate has now been published. The title says it all, " The Complete Guide to Buying a Second Home or Real Estate in Mexico: Insider Secrets You Need to Know." Among the "Insiders" contributing to the book, Linda Neil, ABR, PIC. Linda is co-author of the NAR class, "Doing Business in Mexico." A California licensed Broker, she has been active in Mexican real estate since 1972.
To purchase this must read book go to www.amazon.com OR www.borders.com
Comment by Mexico Mike on January 23, 2010 at 5:46pm
If anyone was looking for Meet The Mexicans you won't find it. The title changed to Modern Mexico Through the Eyes of Modern Mexicans. It is finally published after two years of writing and five of research. That is a long gestation period.

Modern Mexico is a collection of people from different economic and social backgrounds talking about what it is like to be a Mexican today. It is published by the University of Texas, Pan American.

Comment by Mexico Mike on January 23, 2010 at 5:35pm
I believe Tracy below made a valid point. Communication is not just language. However, I have found (in my 40 years of traveling Mexico, including a couple of stints as a businessperson) that Mexicans are far more forgiving than Estadounidenses about cultural gaffes. I found Europeans to be less forgiving. That is not to justify ignorance, but to lower the fear level of newcomers to Mexico about saying or doing the wrong thing. A book like hers is more valuable than any guide book, in my opinion.
Comment by Tracy Novinger on January 22, 2010 at 2:17pm

Comment by Tracy Novinger on January 22, 2010 at 2:16pm
"Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide"
by Tracy Novinger
Successfully communicating with people from another culture requires learning more than just their language. While fumbling a word or phrase may cause embarrassment, breaking the unspoken cultural rules for personal interactions can spell disaster. This practical guide will help you decipher and follow those "rules", particularly in regard to communication between persons from Mexico and their neighbors to the North. The book concludes with nine effective, reliable principles for successfully communicating across cultures.
Available at www.amazon.com and http://www.utexas.edu/utpress/books/novint.html
Comment by C. Bower on June 13, 2009 at 7:22pm
Hi everyone,

If you are planning a trip to Guanajuato or just want to know more about the city, I want to recommend my husband's (Doug Bower) newest book, "A Walk Through Mexico's Crown Jewel: A Guanajuato Travelogue," available at Amazon.com, your local bookstore, or through our web site (www.mexican-living-guanajuato.com).

We co-authored a book called, "The Plain Truth about Living in Mexico," also available at Amazon.com or your local bookstore. Our second book, "Guanajuato: Mexico" is similar to "The Plain Truth" but specific to Guanajuato. Either might be of help to you if you are planning to move to Mexico.

Doug writes a blog (http://guanajuatolivingmexico.blogspot.com/) to which I make regular contributions. He also continually updates our web site with new information about Guanajuato and Mexico in general. I hope you'll check out the books, the blog and the web site.

If any of you have questions about Guanajuato or about living in central Mexico, please feel free to ask me. I'd be happy to try to help you.

Cindi
Comment by Cheryl Miller on June 13, 2009 at 9:20am
Hi fellow authors,
I am currently working on a book about the Plants of Baja California Sur and would appreciate any assistance and advice regarding publishing.
It is a work in progress. Many of the plants are shown on my website www.forsaleinbaja.com.
Comments welcome.
Comment by Robert Shand on April 16, 2009 at 6:57pm
I have an ebook titled RETIRE TO MEXICO-20 Questions You Need To Answer. It is doing OK, but the recent misinformation and scare tactics about Mexico is hurting sales. I will send a copy to travel and real estate professionals who deal with people thinking about moving to Mexico. Just ask by email.
 

Members (12)

 
 
 

Badge

Loading…

© 2017   Created by George Puckett.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service