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Raul Ramos y Sanchez
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Award-winning author of THE SKINNY YEARS and the Class H Trilogy: AMERICA LIBRE, HOUSE DIVIDED and PANCHO LAND
Award-winning author of THE SKINNY YEARS and the Class H Trilogy: AMERICA LIBRE, HOUSE DIVIDED and PANCHO LAND

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The storm season, those years or rising hormones that changed us from girls and boys to women and men.

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Dayton Daily News feature article
This morning's Sunday paper brought an exciting bit of news to our doorstep. I was delighted to see an article in the Dayton Daily News by literary beat reporter Sharon Short featuring my fourth novel, The Skinny Years . Sharon Short is a accomplished autho...

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Books and Books at The Studios of Key West
Many thanks to everyone who stopped by the event for THE SKINNY YEARS at  Books & Books  at the Studios of Key West this evening.  We had a nice turnout and a lot of fun. Great discussing the book alongside  Anthony J. Yaniz  and Tony Mendez, my Wynwood hom...

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If you are in Key West on January 6th, I hope you can join me.

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Key West Event at Books & Books
Friday, January 6 at 6pm Books and Books at The Studios of Key West 533 Eaton St, Key West, FL 33040 One week from today... starts the first of three South Florida events for my 4th novel, THE SKINNY YEARS.  If you are in Key West on Friday January 6th, I h...

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Remember Going Steady? How quaint that seems today.

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Number 7 in a series of excerpts from  The Skinny Years . Going steady with a girl usually meant listening to the
radio together in her living room and maybe sneaking a peck on the lips before
going home. Although Skinny was still stuck in “friend” limbo wi...

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The Last Journey of The Three Kings
[An excerpt from THE SKINNY YEARS] Skinny opened the Christmas songbook he’d brought home from school and pointed to the smiling fat man on the first page. “This is Santa Claus, Abuela . That’s who I was telling you about,” he said to his grandmother. Sitti...
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