Monthly Archives: June 2015

Antonio’s Will: From a loving home to becoming a murderer

“Antonio’s father, Manuel Pontón Fernández, was born in Spain and migrated to Puerto Rico in 1870 at the young age of 14, fleeing the deteriorating Spanish economy and fueled by dreams of opportunity. Manuel worked his way up with enormous … Continue reading

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On Criminal Minds

I have been working on Antonio’s Grace, Book 2 of The Antonio’s Will series, which I will be releasing this summer. While Book 1,  Antonio’s Will, is a historical novel telling the story of a young man’s life, crime, and execution in … Continue reading

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On Pen Names

Writers often ponder over the decision of writing under their real name or adopt a pseudonym or pen name. Personally, I went through this process when I published my second book, Antonio’s Will, a historical novel. My first book was … Continue reading

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