Special book reading planned

Author Norma Freeman will read excerpts from her memoir Jan. 20 at London Public Library,

(Posted Jan. 2, 2024)

Local author Norma Freeman is set to captivate audiences during a special event in January during which she will read excerpts from her memoir, “Family Memories.” The event, set for 2-3 p.m. Jan. 20 at London Public Library, promises an intimate look into the author’s life as she shares cherished moments and reflects on the importance of family.

Freeman, a resident of London and a gifted storyteller, has crafted a memoir that resonates with readers of all backgrounds. In “Family Memories,” she takes readers on a heartfelt journey through the tapestry of her life, offering glimpses into the relationships, challenges, and triumphs that have shaped her into the person she is today.

The Jan. 20 event will feature Freeman reading select passages from her memoir, providing attendees with a unique opportunity to connect with the author and gain deeper insights into the inspiration behind her writing. From humorous anecdotes to poignant reflections, Freeman promises a rollercoaster of emotions that will leave the audience moved and inspired.

Through her storytelling, Freeman invites readers to reflect on their own family ties and the impact these relationships have on shaping our identities.

Attendees can look forward to a question-and-answer session during which Freeman will answer questions about her writing process, the challenges of capturing personal memories on paper, and the significance of preserving family stories.

“Family Memories” has been added to the London Public Library’s collection and is available for checkout.

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