Next time I might think twice about writing three different First Nation Women’s voices, a Chilean, Persian, South African, etc in the same book—if I am going to read it for audio! But hey you can’t write an international Romance>Suspense>Memoir without the people. So please get out there and buy the audiobook or use your library card to rent it for free from through http://hoopladigital.com While you are at it— also have a look at the new (37) Amazon reviews and if you like themcheck off “yes” below the given review.
FOR YOUR CALENDAR NEXT WEEK: 10/14/2017
I will be reading from Chasing Mercury at LitQuake/Lit Crawl 2017 during--The National Writers Union Salutes: Moments Making Movements.Saturday, October 14, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm Noisebridge 2169 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
I’m honored to be reading with 4 other remarkable authors of very different works, each with a focus Movements related to environmental and human rights. — Christopher D. Cook: an award-winning investigative journalists and author of Diet for a Dead Planet: Big Business and the Coming Food Crisis, and a new memoir Road Ghost; Alan Lessik: novelist, writer, Zen practitioner, LGBT activist, non-profit director, and author ofthe acclaimed Troubleseeker; Sarah E. Kornfeld: cultural curator and author ofWhat Stella Sees; Ismael Parra: song writer, poet, translator, teacher, organizer and fighter for human and civil rights reading I am First Nations.
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