Welcome to the latest video in our “Helping Fellow Authors in the Age of COVID-19″ (HFAAC) series! Today we’re profiling Anita Kushwaha  and her new release, SECRET LIVES OF MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS. Much thanks to Anita for taking the time to share her epigraph and the meaning behind it — useful for writers considering epigraphs for the own work.
Please help spread the word for Anita’s new release by directing folks to this video, to her website , or to any book online book retailer.
Comments are open for questions and a show of community support! And though we have included a longer book preview below that includes a buy link to Amazon, this is an ideal time to wholeheartedly support functioning indie outlets.
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