Mary Castillo attenteded the University of Southern California, where she majored in History. During that time she went on medical missions to Mexico (where she helped deliver a baby), and interned at L.A. County Hospital. But when it was time to choose a career, Mary went back to her original love of storytelling and began writing screenplays and novels. She has worked in public relations, advertising, and as a reporter for the L.A. Times Community News. She lives in Orange County, California, with her family.
Interesting concept. A little hard to follow, at times, but amusing. Would recommend it as light reading for almost anyone. One chapter might be a little too off floor for some.Published 14 hours ago by Gator Nan
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