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Sergio Tinoco

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Sergio A. Tinoco was born and raised in Rio Grande Valley, commonly known to them as RGV. As a child, he had gone through many struggles. Having to come up with a big decision to leave his family behind at such a young age, Sergio began to live a dangerous life in the battlefield with the US Army. Between the Army and the DHS, he has worked in government service for over twenty years. He earned a master’s degree in organizational management. His wife, also a military veteran, works for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Together, they strive to provide greater opportunities and aspirations to their kids.

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The Long Road Out of UR is an interesting fictional story. Being one that enjoys all matters of history, I had a pleasant time reading about LOT and the interesting journey depicted in the book. What made the reading somewhat difficult is the fact th ...more
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Sebastian Three: Conquest of Power by Elizabeth Johnson is an amazing book. This is a great book for all those individuals that love the dark meaningful stories of vampires, werewolves, witches, and other beings. Don’t worry that this is not the firs ...more
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Is time travelling possible? If it were, how would things be like in the future? Would our world be different from what it is now? These are all questions that I have repeatedly asked myself throughout my life. For as long as I can remember, I’ve alw ...more
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I feel this is a great self-help book for parents and their teen children, more so for teenage daughters. Communication is key for any relationship to flourish whether it be at home or at work and the author does an excellent job with her five questi ...more
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“The greatness of our destination will be lost without the memory of our beginning.”
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Sergio Tinoco Hi there. Giving away 10 Kindle Version books of Proud American.

If you prefer a PDF copy, please let me know as well.

Seeking reviews for my first book.

Being the only child of a single mother, Sergio was raised by his maternal grandparents in a South Texas region better known as the Rio Grande Valley. This memoir details the upbringing of a poor Migrant worker of Mexican descent having to pick crops for a living since the age of seven. As a way to break from the family cycle of picking crops and depending on government welfare programs, he joined the United States Army and served ten years active duty. He deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina shortly after the Bosnian War only to find and deal with the aftermath of the genocide that took place there and be caught in the middle of several attacks. His experiences in Bosnia ultimately led to experiencing signs and symptoms related to PTSD. After completing ten years of military service, Sergio joined the U.S. Border Patrol. Being of Mexican descent, having family in south Texas, and in Mexico gave way to new issues of having to counter threats against his family and ill-willed opinions of him for arresting and deporting “his own kind.”


If interested, please email me at proudamericanjourney@gmail.com and I'll send you a copy. Please include your name in email so that I can send you the link to your copy.

Seeking reviews for Amazon, Goodreads, & Barnes and Noble.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Proud American by Sergio Tinoco


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