Sarasota, FL, November 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- A People’s History of Florida narrates the history of Florida through the words, experiences, ideas, and actions of African-Americans, indigenous people, women, and poor whites. Applying the people’s history concept adopted by Howard Zinn, South Florida author-historian Adam Wasserman reshapes the story of Florida’s past in a compelling and thorough manner. Wasserman’s upcoming book signing takes place on Tuesday November 17th 7 PM - 9 PM at the Authors & Illustrators Night hosted by Haile Middle School, Bradenton, FL.
From Sarasota: take I-75 North to exit 220 East - go to the third light (flashing) and make a left (you will see the school sign on the left). Make the first left into the school driveway and parking.
From Tampa: take I-75 South to exit 220, bear left at the fork and at the light at the end of the ramp, make a Left Go under I-75 overpass and at the fourth light (flashing) make a left (you will see the school sign on the left). Make the first left into the school driveway and parking.
About Adam Wasserman
Adam Wasserman is a native resident of Sarasota, Florida. Inspired by the People’s History series and other critical historical texts, he has determined to base his writing career on revisionist history, social change, and global issues inflicting the world today. He is currently a writer for the reputable South Florida financial firm Phillip Roy Financial and is in the process of completing a promotional work on the history of gold and its implications for the current economic recession. For further information, contact Adam Wasserman at 941-587-7377 or his author website at adamwasserman.org.