Culpeper, VA, March 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- “Don’t go around measurin' yourself by other people’s rulers. ’Cause you’ll never measure up.” – Miss Sue Lucky
Miss Sue Lucky’s Fishin’ Secrets is a story about a girl named Ruby Gray who suddenly has struggles in love and asks Miss Sue Lucky for advice. All the folks of Oak Park, VA know that if you ask Miss Sue Lucky something, you better be ready for the answer because she’ll give it to you straight. Miss Lucky is a salty local woman that lives life by her own rules and imposes on none, yet she calls out “simpleness” wherever she finds it.
Miss Lucky is the best fishermen in the tri-county area when she decides to teach Ruby Gray how to fish. In one day Ruby learns more about life, perseverance, and love than most folks learn in a lifetime.
Miss Sue Lucky’s Fishin’ Secrets is a work of fiction based on stories about author Eric Jerome Brown’s great-great-great grandmother Miss Sue “Lucky” Williams of Oak Park, VA. He wrote this book after speaking to an adolescent girl with many questions yet few if any people to give her honest answers about life, love, self-esteem, and men. He saw the void of insight and decided to put "Grandma’s wisdom" in a book.
Eric Jerome Brown formed KMBA Enterprises, LLC to enable him to write, self-publish, and market novels set in Virginia. He is a graduate of James Madison University and currently works in the Information Technology field. Miss Sue Lucky’s Fishin’ Secrets is his first novel and he is available for public readings and book signings. He can be reached through his website www.ericjeromebrown.biz.