San Antonio, TX, May 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Harrison House Publishing Announces "Seventy Years of Blackness," the highly anticipated Autobiography from San Antonio, Texas Author Verda Byrd.
Harrison House Publishing has released the highly anticipated "Seventy Years of Blackness," the autobiography by Verda Byrd. The 8.5 x 11 Paperback in the Autobiography Category is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as www.theharrisonhousepublishing, Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com for a suggested retail price of $20.00. "Seventy Years of Blackness" is also available in eBook format for $8.99 at Amazon.com. Please visit the webpage www.theharrisonhousepublishing.com for other discounts.
About the Book (Excerpts & Info)
What if you found out that all the family history that you thought you knew was all untrue?
Well that is exactly the story that Verda Byrd let’s you in on in her journey of "Seventy Years of Blackness." Growing up as Verda Wagner she finds out that was not her name at all; her birth name was actually Jeanette Beagle. The topper to the whole story is that Verda who grew up in Newton Kansas with African-American parents Ray and Edwinna Wagner in an only child family only to find out that her actual birth parents were Earl and Daisy Beagle who were white and she had many siblings.
Too hard to believe? "Seventy Years of Blackness" lets the reader take this journey with Verda as she researches the past to find out the truth about herself. After receiving her sealed adoption records Verda goes on a trip to the past to discover who she actually is and won’t believe it without the proof. Documentation is the only way to prove this is actually true. Is this documentation available from the 1940’s? Experience the trip with Verda as she discovers who and what she is, and find out if she finds the documentation to prove all this to be true.
As you read through this heart-warming and thought-provoking story you will get an understanding of the feeling being born white, adopted and raised by a Negro (term used on the birth record) couple and at age 70 find out you are really white. Having spent seventy years as a Negro, Verda thought, "I have been in Seventy Years of Blackness."
Well produced and constructed at 88 pages in a 8.5 x 11 format, "Seventy Years of Blackness" storms the worldwide market for book buyers. With U.S. wholesale distribution through Ingram and Baker & Taylor and other online stores including Amazon and Barnes & Noble, "Seventy Years of Blackness" meets the consumer highly anticipated demand through mainstream markets with a suggested retail price of $20.00.
Availability of maximum trade discount price for quantities of ten or more from The Harrison House Publishing Store at www.theharrisonhousepublishing.com
Format: 8.5 x 11 Paperback
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About the Author
A Missouri native born in Jackson County, Verda now lives in the beautiful city of San Antonio with her husband. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mental Health Science from Metropolitan College, Denver Colorado. Verda completed a career as a licensed drug and alcohol counselor. Married to a retired Air Force member for over 39 years they have traveled the world together and have lived in many exotic locations.
About Harrison House Publishing
Harrison House Publishing offers self-publishing services for our authors seeking affordability in publishing and distribution of their literary work. These authors hold full publishing rights to all work created. Harrison House Publishing is located in the heart of San Antonio, Texas. Harrison House Publishing is the new publishing phenomenon of South Texas.
Harrison House Publishing
Contact Information: Harrison House Publishing; Joseph Sloan, 210.381.4208