It's Raining Tonight
Let the Breeze Blow
Gloria's Cradle by Eralides Cabrera
Res Ipsa by Eralides Cabrera
Don't Bring Me Flowers by Eralides Cabrera
Cuando Llego Septiembre by Eralides Cabrera
Rainy Faces by Eralides Cabrera
Generacion Perdida by Eralides Cabrera
I Need A Miracle by Eralides Cabrera
Veredicto by Eralides Cabrera
Pleasant Valley by Eralides Cabrera
Eralides E Cabrera

Among his notable works are Lost Generation, Pleasant Valley, I Need a Miracle, Cuando llego Septiembre, Res Ipsa, Rainy Faces, Veredicto, Don't Bring Me Flowers and Gloria's Cradle.

Passion of writing...

It's Raining Tonight is the latest book written by Cabrera

"It's Raining Tonight" talks about hope, hope for those who face prejudice and hate.

Eralides E. Cabrera is an attorney in the states of New Jersey and Florida. He has published numerous novels about romance and drama.

Eralides E Cabrera portraitWith a passion for writing fiction novels as well as romantic, Eralides E. Cabrera is driven by great imagination and inspiration, which allowed him to be the author of twelve books, his latest fiction novel, being "Brandy", which will be on sale in the coming weeks.

His brilliant inspiration allows him to write from very young, but it is 15 years ago when his works began being published and accepted by the media, especially the romantic novel written in Spanish, "Cuando Llego Septiembre", set in Cuba circa 1954, being one of his best-selling books.

His most notable novels are: Lost Generation, Pleasant Valley, I Need a Miracle, Res Ipsa, Rainy Faces, Don't Bring Me Flowers and Gloria's Cradle and written in Spanish: "Generacion Perdida" and "Cuando Llego Septembre".

At the tender age of 13 years he left his native Camaguey to migrate to Spain. Helped by the Church of that country, he traveled to Miami (Florida), eventually settling in Perth Amboy where he has lived for four decades.

Cabrera attended Rutgers University and attained his bachelor's degree in 1980. He also earned his master's degree from Fordham University before moving on to Brooklyn Law School where he graduated in 1986. He later joined the U.S. Navy. While in the military, he developed his skill for writing, publishing a series of articles in various weekly publications and advanced through the ranks until 1990 when he left the armed forces as a Lieutenant in the Judge Advocate Corps.

Cabrera encourages young people to pick up reading as part of their development and personal progress in this modern world where cyberspace despite the development must not be forgotten the good reading exercise.