Marguerite Garcia's plans for her future are torn apart by circumstances beyond her control-the 1978 "disappearances" in Argentina, forcing her to learn what it means to both survive and live. Born in the USA out of the violence, her daughter Pia must carve a path forward into a life that is unpredictable and often unfair-trading brutality for beauty and hopelessness for unconditional love. This fast-paced, deeply moving novel proves that it's how you cope with adversity that matters.
|Publisher:||Personal Journeys Media, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)|
About the Author
Susan Adair Harris brings a widely diverse background in screenwriting, academic writing, play writing, and editing a professional online photography magazine to her first novel. She has recorded audio books for the Library of Congress Talking Books program; taught theatre, communication, and language arts courses in secondary and post-secondary institutions (including college courses in a correctional facility); and coordinated a regional adult education resource center. She both designed and delivered regional and state adult education professional development training. She has served as an officer on the boards of a tourist steam train, a state association for adult educators, and a rural fire department auxiliary. She broke and trained her own horse (or vice versa); helped raise a family plus numerous dogs, cats, horses and a donkey; hiked the Rocky Mountains; and sold original oil paintings and charcoal drawings. Susan currently resides in Southern Colorado with her husband and a very vocal cat. You can follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter or at susanadairharris.com where her books will be featured. Her blog is available at personaljourneyswithgramma.com.