Readers are on the lookout for Luis Zaensis book, which tells an incredible and page-turning story.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

Catch Luis Zaensis book display at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

The intriguing drama book Little Ricky by Luis Zaensi will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

In Little Ricky, the story begins on a hot night in July of 2015 at a club called Disco Forever. Playing Thats the Way I Like It for Ricardo and his wife Dorothy has a soothing effect on them. Theyve been married for almost five years, yet they treat every day like its their first. They have a lifestyle with lots of wild parties and little regard for the consequences.

When Ricky enters their lives, however, their happiness is quickly shattered. When Ricky doesnt think before he speaks, he causes problems for both families. The families of Ricardo and Dorothy are culturally incompatible and already hostile to one another. Ricky doesnt help the mattera tragic event results in a shocking conclusion to the story.

Luis Zaensi gets ideas for his books from how he has dealt with the good, the bad, and the ugly in his own life. His stories are not too different from what really happened.

In Little Ricky, readers are given a story that is both intensely dramatic and a work of fiction. The book will surely keep them turning pages.

What happens next? Follow this interesting, heart-throbbing story in Little Ricky by Luis Zaensi. Get a copyon Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Visit the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225 at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festivals of Books to check out the books display.

Little Ricky
Author | Luis Zaensi
Genre | Drama & Plays
Publisher | Page Publishing
Published date | December 12, 2022


Luis Zaensi was born in GTMO, Cuba, in 1957. He is a retired law enforcement officer who uses his experiences of dealing with the good, the bad, and the ugly to create stories that are not far different from real life. Zaensi writes about people, exposing their positive and negative qualities. He does not impose any belief in his stories but leaves it to the reader to make their own judgments. Zaensi loves traveling with his family to different countries so he can learn about other cultures. In his travels, Zaensi has learned that different people from different countries, speaking different languages, all share the same problems in life.