Denise Kiernan For Women's History Month
The Girls of Atomic City, an Amazon Top Book for 2013, tells the unbelievable yet true story of young women during World War II who worked in a secret government city dedicated to- unbeknownst to them- making fuel for the first atomic bomb. It's a story of patriotism and purpose, of mystery and suspicion, survival and remembrance, and marks a monumental change in the history of American women in the workforce.
Denise Kiernan, The New York Times bestselling author of The Girls of
Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II, will be in your area in March celebrating Women's History Month, so it's the perfect time to host her for an event. Denise's writing and inspirational presentation appeals to men and women of all ages. Her standard fee is $7,500, but if you can jump on this planned trip, we can offer you a significant discount and get her to your community for $3,000 plus expenses.
Contact Andy Wade at Books In Common if you're interested.
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