Book Highlights the Importance of a Mother-and-Daughter Relationship
Author interested attendees of Tucson Festival of Books with a captivating memoir.
The book tells a unique story that emphasizes the value of a mother-and-daughter bond.
Miz Bambo is a book dedicated to Carol Lanyon’s mother. Lanyon chronicles in it her life and the trip she took with her mother that changed her life forever.
After the sudden death of her father, Lanyon was sent to a boarding school. Her mother, Bambo, appeared to have moved on from the incident. During Lanyon’s junior year, Bambo took her abroad, and they traveled Europe together. The trip was something to be treasured, and the events that followed it taught Lanyon the most important lessons.
The book tells a unique story that emphasizes the value of a mother-and-daughter bond. Dagmar Nissen, an Amazon reviewer, says, “ had to read [the book] a second time to fully appreciate the richness of the words and [it] opens the door to a personal reflection of our own mother-child relationships.”
This book, along with many others, was displayed in LitFire’s booth during the Tucson Festival of Books last March 12 to 13, 2016, at the University of Arizona. The book is available in all major online retailers.
Kindle | $9.99
Paperback | $6.57
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Carol Craig Cowan-Lanyon was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. She studied in the University of Arizona and got her undergraduate degree there in 1985. She then got a master’s degree in early Florentine renaissance art history while in Europe.
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