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Amazon Travel’s number-one book authored by San Miguel expat

By Robin Loving Rowland

An award-winning nonfiction account of the expatriate experience—San Miguel de Allende: A Place in the Heart, by John Scherber—is the shared experiences of 32 Americans and Canadians now living their dream. The author will present this insightful book at the Rotary Club of San Miguel de Allende–Midday Tuesday, February 11, from 12:30pm. Please see for the location of this presentation.

Rotary Club Presentation
Book presentation: A Place in the Heart
by John Scherber
Tue, Feb 11, 12:30pm
Hotel Real de Minas
Corner of Stirling Dickinson

Said Wayne Greenhaw, winner of the 2006 Harper Lee Award, “[it] is entertaining, enlightening, and informative. Like the legendary Studs Terkel, John Scherber lets his subjects speak for themselves and adds reflections where needed.”

Tony Cohan, author of both On Mexican Time and Mexican Days, said of the book that it is, “An attentive and richly interesting series of interviews with North Americans who have made lives for themselves in another country, another town.”

Additional titles of Scherber’s include Into the Heart of Mexico: Expatriates Find Themselves Off the Beaten Path. He is the author of ten Paul Zacher mysteries (The Murder in México series), set in our old colonial hill town of San Miguel de Allende, featuring painter Paul Zacher as he uses his artist’s ability to see things differently to solve crimes. In addition, Scherber is the author of A Writer’s Notebook: Everything I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was Starting Out.

In addition, his business, Letter Perfect Design, takes clean, edited Word documents and prepares them for Print on Demand (POD), including electronic formats.

Scherber will be a presenter at the Lake Chapala Writer’s Conference February 26–28 at Ajijic, Jalisco.

Rotary seeks to professionally, intelligently and inspirationally unite diversely competent leaders to ethically and responsibly lead people to generate sustainable solutions to the world’s most acute humanitarian challenges. This is accomplished through the strong connections of friendship and peaceful service.

For more information, contact Rotary President Lee Carter at and Scherber at,,, and via Twitter at @MEXTEXT.

Photo by Gail Yates Tobey


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