PRESS RELEASE – Guests at a crowded auditorium at the St Joseph’s Convent got a firsthand insight into the new book published by the charismatic Kurmysha Harris, fifth form student at the school. The talented teenager now 16 years old presented her first novel The Lost Sister, an intriguing thriller set in 19th century London.
According to the Author and avid reader, ‘This journey started over three years ago through inspiration and support from my Uncle Terryl Monsanto and my incredible parents Dana and Kurt Harris who encouraged me to always strive for the best.’
She went on further to give words of encouragement to other young persons who had a dream and a voice which no one seemed to hear; ‘Never give up and always remain humble, are the best lessons I have learnt growing up and I will continue to strive for excellence with these words as my guide’.
Principal at the Convent, Sister Rufina expressed how elated she was to have the country’s youngest published author as a student at the school and how amazing it has been to be part of this incredible journey.
She added, ‘we always encourage all our girls to take pride in what they have achieved and promote self-expression and creativity. On behalf of the teachers and students at the St Joseph’s Convent, we want to share how proud we are of Kurmysha and wish her success in her future endeavors’.
Published by Xlibris, The Lost Sister is now available online on thelostsisterbook.com, Xlibris.com, Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and other online sources. Sponsors who have assisted the young author in this journey include AdVizze Consulting Inc, Terryl Monsanto, the St Joseph’s Convent and family and friends.
For more information about author or purchasing The Lost Sister, please contact Shirley Eugene at 452-6321 or Kurt Harris at 584-0886. Or visit http://www.thelostsisterbook.com/