Welcome…

BetweenHereAndGone_coverLARGEHi there!

Just to get you started, here’s a little FYI on what you’ll find find around these parts. There’s the obligatory About me page and of course, if you’re here for the books, you’ll get information on When the Stars Go Blue (St. Martin’s Griffin/2010), winner of BEST YOUNG ADULT NOVEL: 2011 INTERNATIONAL LATINO BOOK AWARDS, as well as info on my previous novels, Adiós to My Old Life,  It’s Not About the Accent, and Both Sides Now. Also, there’s Between Here and Gone, the story to which Publisher’s Weekly gave a starred review as well as naming it one of its Best Books of 2016, calling it a, “lush portrayal of a joyful, painful, complicated life.”

READ THE FIRST CHAPTER HERE

I can also be found on Facebook, and Instagram as the more up-to-date ways with which to keep up with me.

 

Barb

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Photo credit: Adam Emperor Southard

18 thoughts on “Welcome…

  1. This was such a good book! You know, like chocolate, I wanted to devour it but I tried to pace myself but I just couldn’t! It was an amazing piece, and it’s definitely on my “Read Again” list. I loved this book THAT much! Caridad, your book just made it to #1 on my Top Fave books list and I’m recommending it to my friends as well. Keep up the awesome work and I can’t wait to read your other books! I would like to become an author someday (if triple threat for me doesn’t work out) and I’m currently writing a book. You’re an inspiration to us all!

  2. I just wanted to let you know that I highlighted your novel on my blog (www.cindylrodriguez.com) as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month. I enjoyed it and look forward to reading more by you.

    Cindy

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