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Robert G. Kingsley’s Novel “Now May I Cry?” Will Be Exhibited at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

The contemporary fiction novel will encourage readers, particularly men, to acknowledge their deep feelings.

“Now May I Cry?” by Robert G. Kingsley
“Now May I Cry?” by Robert G. Kingsley

Check out the exhibit for Robert G. Kingsley’s “Now May I Cry?” at the L.A. Times Festival of Books.

The novel “Now May I Cry?” (AuthorHouse; 2013) by Robert G. Kingsley will be exhibited at the L.A. Times Festival of Books 2020 on October 3-4, 2020 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
The Festival of Books is an essential part of Los Angeles’ cultural and educational scene and the largest book festival in the country. The free public festival attracts a yearly crowd of 150,000 and hosts a variety of guests and events, such as author panels, book signing sessions, storytelling, musical performances, culinary classes, and an art and photography exhibit.
Kingsley’s novel “Now May I Cry?,” along with his other books “My Liar’s Moon” and “A Girl Named Sheila,” will be exhibited by ReadersMagnet at the L.A. Times Festival of Books.
“Now May I Cry?” tells the story of Jack Secor, who grew up in a family where males were not permitted to shed tears as they felt it showed a lack of maturity and low esteem. Jack stifles his own feelings to stay true to his father’s teachings but his insides ache, holding back his emotions – thousands of tears waiting to be shed and hidden pain left unexpressed over the years.
It takes a trip to the hospital, a very caring nurse, and his deeply driven dreams to rewind past memories and replay them on the screen of his mind. He reflects on his life’s rollercoaster ride that stopped at love, heartache, near-death, and a warm sandy beach.
Follow Jack Secor as he process his emotions and memories in Robert G. Kingsley’s “Now May I Cry?.” Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Now May I Cry?
Author | Robert G. Kingsley
Published date | September 5, 2013
Publisher | AuthorHouse
Book retail price |
Author Bio
Robert G. Kingsley was born in Iowa City in 1938. Instead of following his dream of becoming a journalist, he served in the U.S. Air Force, married and had five children. He divorced and remarried, having three more children, but when his wife of twenty years died, his burning desire to write resurfaced. He intertwines fact and fiction, hazing the distinction between art and life. Aside from “Now May I Cry?,” he also published “My Liar’s Moon” and “A Girl Named Sheila.”

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 Now May I Cry?
 Robert G. Kingsley
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