Bobby Ozuna

Bobby Ozuna

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www.BobbyOzunaOnline.com
North Richland Hills, TX
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About Me

Bobby Ozuna is a native Texan, born and raised in the city of Fort Worth. He grew up in the north side of town, a neighborhood flourished in culture and diversity, where hints of strength and adversity are quickly adapted and learned by individuals required to take a stand for the unwritten laws of inner city living. He is the fourth child in a family of five, son to Robert and Rose Ozuna. After high school, Bobby joined the Marine Corps, following in his father's footsteps.

He has been working to refine his writing skills for close to eight years and his stories have received recognition for his unique style and prose, his rare commitment to descriptive quality and his keen insight into human emotions. He currently resides in the North Richland Hills, Texas. Bobby is the father of four beautiful children--Elizabeth, Lazaro, Dominic and Damian Ozuna


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Posted 8 Years Ago


Hi friend, I hope to see you back on the Cafe soon,
it would be great to read your new inspirations ^_^
Kindest Regards, Michael



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Posted 12 Years Ago


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Posted 12 Years Ago


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A safe and joyous time to you and yours.
With much love from me.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


You are invited!
Have you ever danced with someone that you had to let go of when the music thought, never to see again, or bumped into someone on the street or the bus, that moved you, and even knowing you may never meet again, still dreamt of at night? Have you found your soul-mate? We are so looking forward to tonight, as we ask you to join us, and bring on your timeless love writings. We would love to hear some good collaborations, but we also are very much looking forward to pieces that carry with one voice! Join us for an open forum, as we encourage you to call in, and dazzle us as your voices merge together live, on the air.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thank you for your friend request [smiles] Have a wonderful day!

Skye

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Hello nice to meet you..

Chloe
xoxo

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Bobby...are you related to Jr. Ozuna from Yuma, Arizona? He is in Iraq. I am his step-sister.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


B&N isn't really my idea of the finish line, as you put it -- I'm glad you're finding what you're looking for -- I just thought I'd mention, for the sake of those who don't know, that self-publishing is an entirely different world when it comes to production and distribution -- not everyone has the time and resources for it. Commercial publishing as we know it may not work for everyone, but neither do the alternatives. A really good book will find it's audience and it's market in it's own way, I figure. If you can afford to do all your own promotion and so on -- go for it.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Just a quick comment on the self-publishing game -- unfortunately, a stigma always will attach to such efforts, because anyone with the time, drive and resources to do his own marketing will be attracted to self-publishing, regardless of talent, skill, or willingness to work at the craft of writing. Result: more crummy self-published work than gems. Sorry, but it's true. The other sad truth is that the big-box book retailers who dominate the marketplace will not touch self-published work, largely because production and distribution don't match their requirements. If you want to self-market, and have resources to do it, I'm sure it's an option -- but it's the very rare work or author who moves from self-publishing to shelf-space at Barnes & Noble.

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Posted 12 Years Ago


GREAT! Get to the movie discussion!