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Marjorie Hersom to sign books in the upcoming 2018 National Education Association Book Signing Event

Author and Offspring of the Captive Bride will share the good-old-time romance of the mid-1800s as depicted in the novel

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Learn the values of survival and faith displayed by the Captive Bride of the colonization period and apply it in the struggles of today’s globalization.

America’s Biggest Gathering of Leaders in Education, the NEA Expo (National Education Association) is here once again. This Expo houses over 10,000 attendees from all over the nation and has garnered attention from a great number of America’s most distinguished Fortune 500 companies. The association is a movement to promote and foster optimum development for public education which fuels its entrance to Constitution and Bylaws for amendments of the said cause. NEA is, after all, a national movement of the educators who are directly responsible for honing the citizens of the state. Wonderful, meaningful and valuable sources of information are best presented to the people who have the passion to spread and implant the worthwhile history and valuing of the country to the growing youth and later human resource of the mother nation.
“Captive Bride” is certainly one that captures the perfect complexion of history and values that are worth sharing and worth modeling for the students. It is a fictional biography of a woman who had lived during the colonization period. The struggles that were remedied by perseverance and faith of both the colonized and the colonizers are depicted in the story and were made excited and colorful by the real-life love story of the colonized (Maria, the Captive Bride) and the colonizer (Nathaniel Savory).
Don’t miss out the author, Marjorie Hersom, as she signs copies of this book, “Captive Bride,” in the 2018 National Education Association Book Signing Event, June 30, 2018 (Saturday), 2:30pm – 3:30pm at Minnesota Convention Center.
Book copies are available at Amazon and other online book retailers.
Captive Bride
Written by: Marjorie Hersom
Published by: ReadersMagnet LLC
Published date: May 13, 2014
Paperback price: $10.95
Hardcover price: $26.15

About the Author
Marjorie Hersom was born on the Island of Guam. When she was eight, her father was transferred by his employer PAA to San Francisco’s Treasure Island. In 1941 the family four children and their mother followed taking five days to travel, landing each night at dusk in Midway, Wake and then two days in Honolulu leaving before dawn each day.

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 Marjorie Hersom
 Captive Bride

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