What is more
beautiful than a road?

Author, Doctor & Granny

Metty Pellicer

A dose of adventure With a piece of history

Metty Pellicer
Metty Pellicer

Meet Book Author Metty Vargas Pellicer

Metty Vargas Pellicer, aka Metty Pellicer, Fiameta Vargas, Fiameta Pellicer, is a grandmother, mother, woman, and doctor. Born in the Philippines in 1942, she immigrated to the U.S. In 1967. She was married to John Pellicer for 35 years until his death from a coronary occlusion in 2004 at age 58. English is a second language. She speaks two of the 99 Filipino dialects, Tagalog and Bicol and un poquito espanol. She loves to travel and has compiled her adventures in a book, “Hello, From Somewhere: Stories of the Roads I Traveled,”

published in January 2015. Her second book, “From Miman, With Love: A Grandmother’s Memoir,” started in 1999, was published in October 2015. For her next book, she is collaborating with Tom Godwin and writing his memoir, “Invisible History; Growing Up Colored in Cape Charles, VA “and completing a historical fiction, a novel, “Imperfect Pearl,” set in 19th century the Philippines. She lives in Cape Charles and enjoying her retirement with new friends, travel, writing, and exploring the rich history of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.