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Novel Addresses Struggles with Self-Acceptance

How a young woman has difficulty with her origins

Fairfield, Texas – WEBWIRE

Self-acceptance is something some people have difficulty with.

Self-acceptance is something some people have difficulty with. Travis Canady’s “Augustine” is a story exploring such struggle.
Canady’s novel centers on a young woman’s journey to accept herself. Left orphaned by her late mother, Augustine was raised under the care of the Parish family since her mother’s death at the hands of their plantation overseer. Although she is treated as a Parish family member, she has struggles with her origins, race, and love while in her adolescent stage. To make matters worse, her relatively peaceful life takes a chaotic turn when her father, who is responsible for her mother’s murder, appears after a fifteen-year absence.
The titular character’s issues with self-acceptance is something any adolescent, especially teenage girls, can relate to. One of the book’s takeaways is for readers to learn to embrace their genuine selves despite their flaws or mistakes. Interested readers may purchase copies of “Augustine” in selected bookstores.
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Written by Travis Canady
Paperback | $9.77
Book copies are available at LitFire Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Travis Canady did not pursue music professionally until 2010. After achieving success five years into his career, he decided to begin his literary journey. The singer-songwriter and author landed his first publishing deal in 2018.

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