Latino Author Coro Presented his New Book “El Salto” at Books & Books

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Coro Gives Book Lecture and Motivates the Local Hispanic Community on How to Leverage Technology to Advance and Find Success

Miami, Florida May 26, 2012 –Ariel Coro, Latino Author and leading technology expert for Hispanics recently presented his new book titled, El Salto – aprovecha las nuevas tecnologías y alcanza tu potencial, at Books & Books, one of the largest communities of writers and readers in the United States. The book signing was held in Coral Gables, Florida on Friday, May 25, 2012 to a packed house, attended by many authors, media personalities and community leaders.

El Salto, or “The Leap” in English, provides key insight, perspective and resources for the Hispanic community living in the United States on how to navigate the digital world and how to leverage new media tools to excel and stay current. Through his own personal experience and anecdotes, Coro demonstrates first hand how technology is the direct route to success.

Raul Peimbert, Emmy award-winning news anchor said with regard to El Salto, “Ariel Coro puts into our hands a powerful tool capable of defining the success or failure in our lives, facing the challenges imposed by technology today.” “The price of being outdated is higher than ever. Coro shows us how to succeed with our own efforts and the help of technology,” said Rosana Ubanell, managing editor of Nexos Magazine and author of the best-seller, Volver a morir.

El Salto, aims to help readers take the personal and professional leap into the new and exciting technologies that will help them build a better life or business and reach their greatest potential. Vintage Spanish, a division of Random House published El Salto earlier this year, and is available in paperback as well as eBook format. The price of the book is $14.95 and $11.99 respectively.

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