San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
In the nonstop world of today, those who enjoy reading may have difficulty finding the time between work, family, travel and play. Author Carlos Cornejo knows all too well the constant action of a busy life from his world travels to serving in the Korean War.
His experiences inspired Cornejo to create a means of escape for his readers. In his book, “Different Coins in the Fountain,” 54 stories encompassing different cultures, education and varying life events come together to create a collection for people in motion. Relatable and motivating, the entire book is comprised from Cornejo’s own experiences of travel and personal interactions.
“The idea is that these stories lift us out of our hurried agendas and routines that label us executive, administrator, traveler, computer whiz, housewife, etc.” says Cornejo, “These stories are notable for their quick reading that people in motion can use to distract themselves for the time available to them.”
The author’s goal in writing these stories is to entertain readers with diverse, homespun and to the point stories. Cornejo wrote stand-alone stories for the convenience of the reader to choose the order in which to enjoy the tales however the reader sees fit.
Different Coins in the Fountain
By: Carlos Cornejo
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Author House
About Carlos Cornejo
Carlos V. Cornejo was born and raised in San Francisco, Calif. After graduating from San Francisco State University with two Master's degrees, he served in the Korean Police Action (War) in the United States Marines. When he returned, he continued his education and worked in the San Francisco Unified School District for about 40 years. His career went from teacher, counselor, administrator and finally to school superintendent. He has traveled extensively in the United States, Europe, Asia and Mexico.
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