Ninel is the official publisher of the Conde Juego, an international literary magazine, and it’s not just the book itself that’s the big news.
The Conde is a collection of essays and essays about life in a condo, including a discussion of what living in a condominium means for the family.
The publication of this book has led to the condo owners in some cities calling for a ban on condos, while in others condominium owners have taken to Facebook to express their displeasure.
One condo owner in Florida, for example, called for a moratorium on the sale of condos in Florida to prevent “brickel condos” from taking over their neighborhoods.
“I don’t want to live in a ‘brickered’ condo, I want a ‘condo,’ ” the owner said.
I’m not a brickered condo owner.
I live in the most beautiful place on earth.”
Other condo owners are calling for condos to be banned from their neighborhoods in their own towns.
One Florida condo owner told the Tampa Bay Times she was “not a condo owner.”
“I am a condo builder and a condo purchaser,” she said.
In a Facebook post, Ninel editor in chief and publisher of Conde, Jamey Webb, said the book’s authors had been “briefly contacted by a condo board in Palm Beach County,” but he was unable to confirm that.
“We will continue to update you on the status of the investigation,” Webb said.