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“Fans of Rodriguez's brash and honest tone will thoroughly enjoy this next installment in her remarkable story.”
- Publishers Weekly

“Readers who fell in love with Rodriguez's chronicle of life in Afghanistan will surely revel in this candid, intimate tale of starting over in middle age in a new country.”
- Kirkus





In answer to the question of what happened following her New York Times bestseller Kabul Beauty School, Deborah Rodriquez is back with a new memoir.

Margarita Wednesdays / The House on Carnaval Street

Irreverent, insightful, and blatantly honest, Deborah takes us along on her inspiring journey of self-discovery and renewal after she is forced to flee Afghanistan in 2007. She first lands in California, where she feels like a misfit teetering on the brink of sanity. Where was that fearless redhead who stared danger in the face back in Kabul?

After being advised to commune with glowworms and sit in contemplation for one year, Rodriguez finally packs her life and her cat into her Mini Cooper and moves to a seaside town in Mexico. Despite having no plan, no friends, and no Spanish, a determined Rodriguez soon finds herself swept up in a world where the music never stops and a new life can begin. Her adventures and misadventures among the expats and locals help lead the way to new love, new family, and a new sense of herself.

In the magic of Mexico, she finds the hairdresser within, and builds the life she never knew was possible—a life on her own terms.

Category: Non-Fiction
Format: Hardcover, 288 pages
On Sale: June 10, 2014

Available from the following retailers:
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Indiebound
Simon & Schuster
Electronic versions:
Kindle
Nook
iBookstore


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