Hello There, call me Mel:
I am a born and bred young Puerto Rican woman who’s always been in love with languages in general. I am currently preparing myself to become (hopefully) both a teacher and a writer. I only speak two languages, with Spanish being my native language and English my second. An animal lover and environmentalist since childhood, I would have been a veterinarian if things had gone differently in life. I have some skill with that magic box called The Computer—not enough to have bragging rights over the fact, but enough to survive in this “Information Era.”
As an active kid I was blessed with the ability to witness the magical side of life. I watched witches work their charms in the forests behind my childhood home; talked to ghosts frequently, spied on fairies and pixies along the flower beds in school and on the go; saw the many creatures that hide in plain sight around my hometown and found the many hidden places normal humans couldn’t enter, and witness as the world itself around me peel itself off baring new, never ending possibilities. Ever since I was a kid I have always been grateful to be able to experience the old legends come back to life every time as I went by their fabled spots; plus the chance to make some new of my own. Since as an adult I have not lost my peculiar sight I’ve just recently decided to write down some of those adventures and present to others the world as seen from my perspective.