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Russell Brereton’s Autobiography Will Be Displayed at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

The author’s book empowers readers to overcome challenges and fulfill God’s purpose. The book made use of the Chinese Bamboo Tree as its central metaphor.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

ReadersMagnet will exhibit “Bridgin’ Da Gaps: Chinese Bamboo Tree” by Russell Brereton at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books this coming April 22-23, 2023.

Fairgoers at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books – which will be held on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA – will be delighted to catch Russell Brereton’s autobiography “Bridgin’ Da Gaps: Chinese Bamboo Tree” at self-publishing and marketing company ReadersMagnet’s exhibit.

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, the most significant book festival in the nation, is a massive celebration of the literary world. The two-day premier book festival will bring together excellent books, stellar stories, and brilliant ideas to the public. Anyone who will participate in the book festival with ReadersMagnet, whether as an author or not, will have a great time navigating new book titles. The event is also ideal for veteran and budding storytellers to discover novel ideas for their following book projects.

“Bridgin’ Da Gaps: Chinese Bamboo Tree” is the first book in Russell Brereton’s trilogy. It has six well-written chapters which describe the role of the author’s success in sports to leaving a drug-filled Harlem area. The Chinese bamboo tree is used as a metaphor throughout the book. The author explained that he wants to be able to connect with other people from different eras and tighten the existing generational gap between the young and the old through his book. He also wants his work to act as a bridge enabling his readers to go to where God destined them to be according to His purpose.

Reading “Bridgin’ Da Gaps: Chinese Bamboo Tree” will inspire anyone to grow and be patient despite facing deep complexities in life, just like the Chinese bamboo tree. The book will allow its readers to discover the blessings in their lives – big or small.

Learn more about Russell Brereton and his works by visiting his website:

Order a copy of Russell Brereton’s book “Bridgin’ Da Gaps: Chinese Bamboo Tree” on Amazon. More so, visit the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225 at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books to view the book’s display.

Bridgin’ Da Gaps: Chinese Bamboo Tree
Author | Russell Brereton
Genre | Autobiography
Publisher | Amazon Publishing
Published date | January 23, 2023


Russell Brereton was an outstanding student-athlete at Copiague High School. He earned a bachelor’s in sociology and an associate’s degree in accounting. Russell played for a team that won the national title.

Russell developed additional abilities to realize his goals, such as video production and t-shirt design. He has a significant impact on the neighborhood. Russell is the creator of two businesses. His passion and soul are for coaching young basketball. Besides being a talented writer, Russell is a devoted husband and a fantastic father to his three lovely kids.

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