Entries by Juliana Aragon Fatula

Sixty-Four by Juliana Aragon Fatula

Sixty-four years ago, my mother was snowed-in, nine months pregnant with me, and was surrounded by family. My cousins shoveled the driveway for my mom twice and drove her to the hospital or I would have been born at home like my ancestors.  My father worked in Colorado Springs for the Federal Government at Fort […]

Latina Mystery Writers by Juliana Aragon Fatula

Dear Reader, Recently, I did a google search for Latina women mystery writers. I’m sure there are more that I don’t know about but I’d like to introduce you writers Lucha Corpi, Linda Rodriguez, and Maria Nieto. In my search, I discovered we are a rare. These women are award winners and I have learned […]

This Christmas by Juliana Aragon Fatula

Dear Reader, Here I sit in my kitchen  by the woodstove  dreaming of being on stage  performing my one woman show.  I’m serious.  Not a dream.  A frickin’ nightmare.  Mylifesuchatragedycomedy.  That should be the title of the play.  Mylifesuchatragedycomedy.com should be my author website.  Just sayin’.  Ok, here is my holiday rant about my dysfunctional […]

Bethany Maines’ The Cinderella Secret a book review by Juliana Aragon Fatula

https://bethanymaines.com/the-deveraux-legacy/ Aiden Deveraux is a hot-shot lawyer with a secret identity—the mask wearing street-fighter named Number Nine. But when his family’s company is threatened, Aiden faces his toughest opponent yet, the brilliant and gorgeous Ella Zhao. Ella is in New York to bring down the people to blame for her father’s death—the Deveraux family—and she’s […]