The Crash Of Hard Water [NOOK Book]

Overview

In 1949, Molly Pitcher leaves her small town in Minnesota to embark on a new life working for the Army Signal Corps. in General MacArthur's GHQ. Having been confined to the domestic life in Minnesota, Molly is thrust into the tenuous and healing world of post-WWII Tokyo. Molly must navigate not only the social and cultural changes, but also her own changing identity. Romantic attachments, complicated friendships, loss, grief, and even a brush with Hollywood force Molly to create herself anew. It is in this very ...
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The Crash Of Hard Water

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Overview

In 1949, Molly Pitcher leaves her small town in Minnesota to embark on a new life working for the Army Signal Corps. in General MacArthur's GHQ. Having been confined to the domestic life in Minnesota, Molly is thrust into the tenuous and healing world of post-WWII Tokyo. Molly must navigate not only the social and cultural changes, but also her own changing identity. Romantic attachments, complicated friendships, loss, grief, and even a brush with Hollywood force Molly to create herself anew. It is in this very unique time in world history that Molly comes into her own, just as Japan did.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148744894
  • Publisher: Nichole Louise
  • Publication date: 9/22/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,299,287
  • File size: 478 KB

Meet the Author

Nichole Louise started writing stories in third grade. By fourth grade, she was writing historical fiction about the Titanic and runaway slaves. Fast forward some years and Nichole receives her BA in Integrative Arts with a minor in History from Penn State University. Wanting to finish the novel she'd begun writing in undergrad, Nichole went on to obtain her MFA in Creative Writing from Rosemont College. She received Thesis of Distinction for her novel, The Crash of Hard Water.
Nichole's short stories have been published in Yesteryear Fiction, Danse Macabre Du Jour, and Delta Women E-zine.

Nichole is inspired by her ancestors and old family stories. The personal side to larger historical event are what captures her imagination. In combination with history, Nichole is also heavily influenced and inspired by Fantasy and Sci-Fi.

Nichole currently works in Academic Publishing and lives in Philadelphia with her partner, Josh, and their two cats Mara and Luna, and their dog Ned.

More info at www.NicholeLouise.com
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