San Miguel de Allende, Mexico: Memoir of a Sensual Quest for Spiritual Healing

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Antaeus Books, Incorporated, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
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Hemmingway First Novel Award-winning author Rick Skwiot serves up an earthy, funny and self-effacing chronicle of his heathen days south of the border. A revealing one-of-a-kind read, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico: Memoir of a Sensual Quest for Spiritual Healing will transport you to surreal surroundings and introduce you to the sensual and delightful characters he meets along his spiritual journey. Be forewarned, you may not want to return from it.

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As the publisher of this book, my review is not as objective as those posted to Amazon reviews, (check them out!), however, I highly recommend this memoir for anyone interested in an in depth look at living in or visiting Mexico, specifically San Miguel. Anyone who has experienced a dramatic transformation in their lives would also enjoy reading this author's account. I would also encourage you to visit the author's website www.rickskwiot.com for reviews, interviews and other books available by the author.  

About the author (2010)

Rick Skwiot is the author of the Hemingway First Novel Award winner DEATH IN MEXICO, the critically acclaimed childhood memoir CHRISTMAS AT LONG LAKE, and SLEEPING WITH PANCHO VILLA, a finalist for the Willa Cather Fiction Prize. He lives in Key West, Florida, and blogs at NewUndergroundBlog.com. Learn more at RickSkwiot.com.

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