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International Latino Book Award finalist writes a travel memoir spanning 50 years and 125 countries

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Foreword Reviews: Experience the Wanderlust Serendipity of a Fifty-Year Journey Across 125 Countries

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Austin Business Journal: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman

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Boston Business Journal: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman

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el Argentino sin Fronteras: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman

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Prensa Mexicana: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman

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Foreword Reviews Indie Book Finalists Selects Lucia Zarate: The Odyssey of the World’s Smallest Woman

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Reader’s Entertainment Radio talks to award-winning author Cecilia Velastegui

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Cecilia Velastegui Talks About The Life of Lucia Zarate The World’s Smallest Woman

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A Year of Book Awards for Latina Author of High-Stakes Historical Thrillers and Bilingual Children’s Fables

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Jetsetter and Author:

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Fabulous Fiction: A Latina writer finds her own path to success.

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ForeWord Reviews IndieFab Book of the Year Finalist

LACMA purchases long-lost masterpiece, once kept under a couch

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National Latino Book Club – Association of American Publishers/Las Comadres

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University of Southern California Daily Trojan. The olingutio gave Velastegui a chance to write about larger environmental issues.

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Read the Orange County Register’s article about my children’s book Olinguito Speaks Up!

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International Award-Winning Novel, MISSING IN MACHU PICCHU, Free as an E-Book Download

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Huffington Post recommends Missing in Machu Picchu

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I was recently interviewed for Reader Views and you can view the interview here:

http://readerviews.com/InterviewVelasteguiMissinginMachuPichu.html


“I HAVE ALWAYS IMAGINED THAT PARADISE WILL BE A KIND OF LIBRARY.” – Jorge Luis Borges


Award Winning Novel, TRACES OF BLISS, Free at On-Line Booksellers

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ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PUBLISHERS – 5TH ANNUAL NATIONAL LATINO BOOK CLUB SELECTS TRACES OF BLISS by Cecilia Velástegui

http://www.publishers.org/press/60/


Nov 14, 2011 – Beautifully written and meticulously researched, GATHERING THE INDIGO MAIDENS is a must read for anyone who loves a good thriller.

http://www.latinabookclub.com/2011/11/review-gathering-of-indigo-maidens-by.html


The OCHTTF would like to give a special thank you to the author of the book, Gathering the Indigo Maidens, Cecilia Velastegui,

http://www.egovlink.com/ochumantrafficking/news/news_info.asp?id=3486


TRACKING EVIL THROUGH ART

Jane Glenn.  Orange Coast Magazine January 2012


You Tube fan

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Interview with Cecilia Velástegui

http://www.readerviews.com/InterviewVelastegui.html


Radio interview with Cecilia Velástegui

http://readersentertainment.com/radio/interview-with-cecilia-velastegui-gathering-the-indigo-maidens


Orange County Philanthropy Examiner

http://www.examiner.com/philanthropy-in-los-angeles/gathering-the-indigo-maidens-picture


New Art Theft Mystery Explores Hispanic Human Trafficking

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/10/prweb8872771.htm


Who Said the Life of an Art Collector Had to Be Dull?

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/10/prweb8872771.htm