“Red September” Book Signing & Discussion with Marita Berry

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1 pm,  August 14, 2016

Lewis H. Latimer House Museum

34-41 137th St. Flushing, NY 11354

 

Join us for an afternoon of reading, discussion, and book signing with Marita Berry in the parlor of Lewis H. Latimer House Museum.  Refreshments will be served.

 

THE NOVEL, RED SEPTEMBER IS A COMING-OF-AGE STORY THAT REVEALS THE EXPERIENCES OF A YOUNG LADY GROWING UP ON AN ISLAND IN THE CARIBBEAN.

NEW YORK CITY, NY., AUGUST 14, 2016:  Author, Marita Berry pulls back the curtain on a coming-of-age novel set on a small, fictional, Caribbean island named Taino, in the West Indies. This story speaks of Constance (Connie) Brown who has known only the rhythms of life on her small island – but her life is far from a holiday in paradise. As the 1950s dawn, Connie blooms into a beautiful and intelligent young woman. After the death of their father, Connie and her three younger siblings fight to survive in a home ruled by their abusive, alcoholic mother. As the eldest, Connie is left with little choice but to care for the little ones, and that doesn’t leave much time for her own dreams. Until she meets Nathaniel (Nathan) Hart, a charismatic twenty-one-year-old from New York. Nathan is visiting the island on family business, but the sight of Connie inspires him to shift priorities. For Connie, life is filled with hard choices too: Will she dare to hold a dream just for herself and follow her heart? Or bow to the burdens of caring for her family?  Find out in Red September.

 

“RED SEPTEMBER” is a story that is truly heartwarming and many readers will understand and recognize that love found, love lost, and love found again through much pain and misunderstanding is a universal phenomenon.

Grace F. Edwards, author of In the Shadow of the Peacock, If I Should Die, A Toast Before Dying, No Time To Die, Do Or Die, The Viaduct, and The Blind Alley.

 

Red September is a novel that travels between the warm and enchanting tropical isle of Taino in the Caribbean and the cold, harsh reality of New York City. In has a woven love story that captures the immigrant experience in a new country while invoking nostalgia for the age of innocence that we all cherish in times that will never return.

Kenneth Puddicombe, author of RACING WITH THE RAIN and JUNTA available on Amazon and Smashwords.

 

Connect with the author on her WebsiteTwitterFacebook, and Pinterest.

 

The book Red September can be purchased at:
http://bookstore.iuniverse.com/
http://www.amazon.com/
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/
http://www.amazon.com/kindle

 

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