Recent release “Autobiography of a Failure” from Page Publishing author Marcelo Ortiz is both a collection of evocative short stories, poetry, and prose and a poignant reflection on his career, family, and a late yet life-changing faith journey.
Marcelo Ortiz, a great-great-grandfather and ninety-one-year Korean War veteran, born in Puerto Rico of a Taino Indian and a Spanish mother whose sixty-five-year working career ended in 1995, when he retired from his personally rewarding job as a drug and alcohol rehabilitation counselor for the state of Connecticut, has completed his new book “Autobiography of a Failure”: a self-reflective work offering powerful short stories as well as a candid memoir of a long and eventful life.
The author shares, “I wrote this book hoping that it might awaken somebody from the slumber of mischief and allow his or her possible assets to achieve their American dream, which I am still looking for.”
Published by Page Publishing, Marcelo Ortiz’s engrossing book is a thought-provoking choice for avid readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Autobiography of a Failure” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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