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Brazilian Author Publishes New Book


Brazilian Author Publishes New Book

This collection of tales, ranging from humorous, to horrific, to heartfelt, recounts a wide variety of experiences

Pittsburgh, PA (Vocus/PRWEB) December 13, 2010

Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone's story may be your own story as well.

In 14 Entertaining Short Stories, Roger E. E. Barki recounts his personal experiences as a professional, a family man, and as a typical human being. It features a compilation of stories—rendering humorous, scientific, imaginative, horrifying, idealistic, and heartfelt chronicles—all packaged in one.

One perhaps has been bothered by a premonition in his or her life before, or one could have possibly been a bridge to reunite two lost souls in the name of love, or one could have inspired so many, that in return, he or she have been enthused by them as well.

All of us, though we live in different ways of life, through space and time, might share the same occurrences once, twice…who knows.

Born in France and raised in Egypt, Roger E. E. Barki is now a naturalized citizen of Brazil. He has lived in Sao Paulo for over fifty years, and he is the owner of a language school. Roger and his wife, Mireille, have three children: Josy, Lisa, and Edgard. In his spare time, Roger enjoys tennis, chess, and volunteer work with teenagers who are looking to enter the business market. He is the author of other published works: Guia Completo do Funcionamento de uma Empresa and Como Dirigir uma Empresa

14 Entertaining Short Stories is a 64-page paperback with a retail price of $9.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-0586-4. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at

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