Writer. Romantic. Philosopher. Storyteller.



Even as a young child I was always conjuring up stories and filling them with colorful characters, sharing them with anyone and everyone who would listen. At the tender age of 13, I penned my first poems in matters of the heart. Since returning home from the Army at 23, I’ve progressed quite a bit to formulating longer and more complex stories and sharing them with my growing audiences. As a professional storyteller, I’m adept at using my imaginative thinking, poetic prose and creative flair to bring my stories to life in engaging and entertaining ways.



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"All the spiritual warmth of a Paulo Coelho and the sweeping majesty of Gabriel Garcia-Marquez."
"Reminiscent of Garcia-Marquez and Isabel Allende with the magical surrealism."

"What if you were the one?"
With those words, Arabella España is lured into a tale of forbidden love and forgotten secrets. In the wake of a murder in 1950's Puerto Rico, Nationalists revolt against American colonialism. An amnesiac recluse, married to a man she does not love, Arabella finds solace in the only remaining book in her possession. One of many banned by Puerto Rico's Gag Law.
The mysterious novel entitled THE LAST LOVE LETTER by one Aurelio Valentino leads Arabella on a journey with the main character in search of his lost love. But as she delves deeper into the story, she makes a shocking discovery: the novel contains clues to finding the legendary Labyrinth of Love Letters. A place of love and myth linked to the letter stolen from the corpse of the man who had recently been killed.
As each page draws Aurelio and Arabella closer together, she anxiously searches for the love letter that will reveal the identity of Aurelio's lost love. In her endeavor to find the Labyrinth, she discovers that the murder is a fate tied closely to her own destiny. Soon Arabella's literary journey reveals memories of her forgotten past and she discovers what happens when the main character of the story falls in love with the reader.

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"Those who tell the stories rule society"




Felix Alexander (1976-Present) is a Mexican-born, American-raised novelist and poet of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent.

Being third-generation military, after a grandfather and uncle who served in the Korean War and Vietnam War, respectively, Alexander is proud of his service in the U.S. Army and grateful for his experience.

After his honorable discharge from the U.S. Army, his third year served in South Korea, he embarked on the long and arduous journey of a writer. Having made a name for himself during his tenure serving his country, he vowed to himself and his fellow soldiers that he would answer his true calling.

He lives in Chicago, IL—to be close to his children—a son and daughter. He volunteers to promote literacy among youth with Villament Charities and the VM Mag (vmmag.org). In the evenings he journeys through the portals of his extensive, personal library. When he returns, he immerses himself in his writing and pursues the scent of his muse.

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