International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google +
We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!
The next author we’d like to feature is Kelly Riser.
JKelly Risser knew at a young age what she wanted to be when she grew up. Unfortunately, Fairytale Princess was not a lucrative career. Leaving the castle and wand behind, she entered the world of creative business writing where she worked in advertising, marketing, and training at various companies. Currently, she works full time as an eLearning Instructional Designer, fitting her creative writing into the evenings and weekends.
She’s often found lamenting, “It’s hard to write when there are so many good books to read!” So, when she’s not immersed in the middle of someone else’s fantasy world, she’s busy creating one of her own. This world is introduced in her first novel, Never Forgotten, and visited further in her second novel, Current Impressions. The third and final book in Meara’s story, Always Remembered, releases on May 19, 2015.
Kelly lives in Wisconsin with her husband and two children. They share their home with Clyde the Whoodle and a school of fish. Visit Kelly at http://www.KellyRisser.com.
Amazon site. http://www.amazon.com/Kelly-Risser/e/B00KOQY9SY/
Message to Joseph Pierre:
Joseph, your message is so positive. I hope its reach is far and wide. It is time that we look at each other and see “human” – regardless of skin color, language, political views, religious views, disabilities, etc. and realize all humans deserve our respect, if not our love. The world has become so much smaller because of technology and social media, and yet, social gaps are as wide as ever.
I have hope when I look at my children, and I know that they don’t see others as inferior or superior. They see all humans as equals. I have hope that, with time, even those who were raised to hate can learn to let go of it, to allow themselves to heal, and see those who are different from them as what they are: different, but equal in all ways.
Congratulations on your book. My best to you!
Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂
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