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Marjorie Hersom Pens a Very Wonderful Story of Her Family History and Ancestry

Fictional Colonization elite author will sign and give books for the historical romantic fiction of the Bonin Islands.

Alexandria Virginia – WEBWIRE

“Captive Bride” has the strength of romantic touch with Twilight and Nicholas Sparks’ novels, mixed with the strength of characters with Harry Potter, Avatar and the Marvels Stories.

The yearly biggest publishing conference in London, 2018 London Book Fair New Title Showcase, starting April 10 up to April 12, 2018. In this prestigious conference where all potential authors collide with editors, publishers, literary editors and all behind the marketing recipe of renown companies in the continent and across the globe meet, surely Marjorie Hersom’s “Captive Bride,” is also astoundingly present. This novel illustrates the struggles during the colonization period of the mid-1800s in the Bonin Islands, near Tokyo Bay coast of Japan. The beautiful Bonin Islands had been of interest by several potential colonizers including the Japanese and the British.
“Captive Bride” demonstrates the exciting and too-good-but-true love story between the colonized woman, the captive bride Maria, and the colonizer, Nathaniel Savory. Maria’s beauty had captured the heart of the fierce captain of the ship, Matthew Mazzaro, who in turn kidnapped her to become his wife. Standing her ground, Maria never failed to exhibit strength of character and pure heart that had also captured the heart of Matthew’s shipmate, Nathaniel Savory. Their love story, extremely influenced and affected by their historically popular circumstance - of colonization - is something that will also capture the mania of readers and viewers.
Don’t miss out Marjorie Hersom’s, “Captive Bride,” in the 2018 London Book Fair New Title Showcase, April 10 to April 12, 2018.
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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