LitFire Brought Carlos Cornejo’s Works to 2015 Guadalajara Book Fair
Different Coins in the Fountain Volume I featured for international audience.
Written for aficionados of the experimental journey, opposed to the predetermined destination, the stories take unexpected turns, often puzzling, yet always eliciting a question that may need greater contemplation,” says Julia Ann Charpentier from Foreword Reviews.
Carlos V. Cornejo has recently republished his book, Different Coins in the Fountain Volume I, with LitFire Publishing. The book was also featured at the grand book fair in Guadalajara last year, along with his two other books: Different Coins in the Fountain Volume II and 33 Short Stories in a Nutshell.
As LitFire joins the event as an exhibitor, they brought a collection of titles with them, which includes Cornejo’s books of short stories.
The first book in his Different Coins in the Fountain series has received positive feedback from reviewers. “Written for aficionados of the experimental journey, opposed to the predetermined destination, the stories take unexpected turns, often puzzling, yet always eliciting a question that may need greater contemplation,” says Julia Ann Charpentier from Foreword Reviews.
Everyone who visited the booth enjoyed Cornejo’s book of short stories during the Guadalajara International Book Fair held last November 28 to December 6, 2015. Bookmarks were also given away during the event as well.
Different Coins in the Fountain Volume I
Written by Carlos V. Cornejo
Paperback | $ 18.99
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com and all other online book retailers.
About the Author
Carlos V. Cornejo was born in San Francisco, California, in 1929. He attended San Francisco public schools and received two Master of Arts degrees from San Francisco State University. He served in the Korean Police Action (War) in the United States Marine Corps. After returning to civilian life, he married and fathered three children. He became a teacher in the San Francisco School District in 1955. During his forty years in education, he loved having contact with students and other professionals. After serving in seven principalships and other administrative posts, he became a superintendent of schools. He decided to travel extensively, especially on journeys to Europe, Asia, and throughout North America. At present, he has dedicated his life to penning his stories.
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