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...is a dynamic emerging author on the international adoption scene. Having studied, worked, volunteered in and visited 16 countries, Taylor-Mosquera has always been intrigued with the question of belonging.
I Met Myself in October: A Memoir of Belonging is a thought-provoking true adventure discussing international/transracial adoption and what it means to belong to two countries and two families.
Taylor-Mosquera weaves together the intricacies of struggling to belong to the Black & Latinx communities in the United States while enjoying white privilege without being white.
He masters the Spanish language and goes on live television in Colombia to find his biological family 20 years after they learn of his secret birth. The tensions that arise therein are magical and disturbing, with each page offering intimate details about an international quest....
...to truly belong.