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33 Short Stories that Encapsulate Life

Carlos V. Cornejo, a well-traveled retired educator, shares his observations about the world.


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33 Short Stories in a Nutshell
Written by Carlos V. Cornejo
33 Short Stories in a Nutshell Written by Carlos V. Cornejo

Cornejo has learned a lot from his travels and it reflects on his writing. His book includes stories about people from different cultures and subcultures that are thousands of miles away from us. This book helps one realize how change is encompassing more and more diversity. These short stories encapsulate some of the diversity encountered in life. He manages to weave them together.

What superb physical creatures we are.  How wonderfully different we are packaged.  What’s inside each of us is also quite magnificent.

While your story differs from your neighbor’s, you both know that his labor and life’s story is unique.  Just think of all the colors in our own story that no one else had or can have.  Your story is such that it has been recorded in your mind.  It is a short story like many found in 33 Short Stories in a Nutshell, which offers readers a plethora of dimensions for others to think about.

Cornejo has learned a lot from his travels and it reflects on his writing. His book includes stories about people from different cultures and subcultures that are thousands of miles away from us. This book helps one realize how change is encompassing more and more diversity.  These short stories encapsulate some of the diversity encountered in life.  He manages to weave them together.

The world is a melting pot of various cultures. And no culture, gender, or race is like another.  We were all made equal. And we should treat others as neighbors. Readers will learn to see an individual for the person that he/she is.

A look into the lives of the characters in 33 Short Stories in a Nutshell will allow us to reflect on ours. Moreover, these stories embrace entertainment. This book is inspirational. It is fun and entertaining. This book invites new thoughts, ideas, and insights into your busy life.

If you’re interested, this book will be displayed at the 2015 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival. The event will be held on September 4-6, 2015 at the historic Decatur Square in Atlanta, Georgia. You can check out the book, along with other materials from Carlos Cornejo, at LitFire Publishing’s booth.
 
 
 
 
33 Short Stories in a Nutshell
Written by Carlos V. Cornejo
Kindle | $ 3.99
Hardcover | $ 27.99
Paperback | $ 16.95
 
Available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.authorhouse.com and all leading online book retailers. Copies are also available at your local booksellers.
 
 
 
About the Author

Carlos V. Cornejo listens to people. This retired school superintendent from San Francisco’s school district also served in the Korean War. He has traveled and seen much of the world. And he frequents the San Francisco Bay Area to attend cultural festivities. Today he spends his time writing and talking with people in addition to caring for his small vegetable garden and potted plants in Redwood City, California. His penchant for learning and teaching has helped him get his ideas across in the classroom, community, in civic endeavors, and other encounters in life.


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