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I began my debut novel AMERICA LIBRE in 2004, with the input of scholars from Latin America, Spain, and the United States. After five months as a self-published edition, AMERICA LIBRE, was acquired by Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Books). A revised version of the novel by Grand Central Publishing was released in July 2009. HOUSE DIVIDED, the sequel to America Libre is scheduled for release January 28, 2011.

To find out more, please visit my author's site at www.RaulRamos.com
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
I am a founding partner of Raul Ramos Marketing and the author of two novels.
what languages do you speak?
English and Spanish
what countries have you lived in?
USA and Cuba

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Selected as a major book festival Featured Author

I'm proud to announce the Ohioana Book Festival has selected me as one of its ten Featured Authors for 2013. This honor is based on the release of the third novel in my Class H Trilogy, PANCHO LAND. The Class H Trilogy includes the novels AMERICA LIBRE (2009), HOUSE DIVIDED (2011) and PANCHO LAND…

Posted on April 16, 2013 at 7:00am

A holiday wish for my NSHP friends

Hope you enjoy this digital greeting…


Posted on December 14, 2011 at 8:57pm

Why was Latino Former Marine shot 60 times by Arizona SWAT team?

Another Latino has been shot dead in an Arizona home invasion – and the national media is once again ignoring the story. It happened on May 5 and the news is only now surfacing outside the Arizona media through citizen journalism on blogs, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.

According to the Arizona Daily Star...

“Jose Guerena, 26, a former Marine, was sleeping after the…


Posted on May 27, 2011 at 11:21am

Posted on February 13, 2011 at 5:42am

An author fights back against Latino stereotypes

Posted on December 27, 2010 at 1:13pm — 1 Comment

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At 1:44pm on November 14, 2010, Arnaldo Lopez said…
I'd like to invite you to join the Latino Authors and Writers conference page at NSHP!
At 9:24pm on February 9, 2009, Robert F. Segovia said…
Very eloquently stated Raul. Congratulations on your 2008 Latino Book award for Best Novel! The first of many awards to come for your book as well as a future screenplay, I am sure.

The scenario described in your book trailer is very real and should be considered when developing current "large" government policy. Unfortunately, if we do not look out for ALL and provide opportunities to prosper "We the people" will be with face to face with socialistic idealism sooner than we think.
At 1:53pm on January 22, 2009, Elliott Rene said…
It is my pleasure to meet you and I also wanted to thank you for accepting my invite. I read that America Libre will hit the stands in early 2009, I was wondering what you were doing in the PR forum to publicize your book. Will you get the exposure you deserve? I believe Utopia Communications can help you create your brand and get you National Attention. Especially with our new democratic administration!! Yours is a voice that should be heard Nationally!
At 11:48pm on January 10, 2009, Pieter Speyer said…
Dear Raul,

While I apologize for my lateness in answering your mail, it is never too late to say thank you for all the work you have accomplished in the battle to give immigrants a voice.

It is always stimulating to hear your views and observations about immigration.Your website, Myimmigrationstory.com sheds important light on immigrants and their challenges regarding the unfair immigration law in the U.S. I have also read your entertaining and fast moving novel, America Libre, and highly recommend all members of NSHP to pick up a copy. It is an honor to have had you as a guest on my radio show, En la Linea con El Arana. We look forward to having you on the air with us again soon. I want to suggest a minimalist approach to immigration reform as a more palatable alternative in the face of nativism. What I suggest is the Immigration Technical Corrections Act of 2009. Technical corrections would include ammending Sec. 245(i) from Apr. 30 2001 to Apr. 30, 2010. The technical correction of the position of one digit would allow between 2 and 4 million undocumented residents to become legal. Additional suggested corrections will be posted on my website www.elarana.com in the near future. Thank you once again for your ongoing committment to the immigrant community. Pieter
At 7:14pm on September 23, 2008, Sara Bajger said…
Hi Raul you are very welcome and if I can serve you in anyway let me know. I am in South Florida and I meet alot of people with my Networking.
At 7:21pm on September 20, 2008, Sara Bajger said…
Hi Raul how are you and welcome to this site. I look foward to getting to know you


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