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BOOK SIGNING SATURDAY AT DOCKSIDE

Audrey Walwyn Larmony, author of "Giving Up Was Never an Option," will be signing copies of her book Saturday at Dockside Bookshop in Havensight Mall. The book, a novel about four women in three generations rising to challenge life's potentially devastating blows, is her first. It was published in December.
Larmony, originally from Nevis, migrated first to St. Thomas and then to Arizona where she received a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Phoenix.
Larmony is now living in the Virgin Islands, where she has three grown children and enjoys writing, reading, mentoring, and traveling.
For a short peek at the story, click here for Dockside's picks of the week.

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Audrey Walwyn Larmony, author of "Giving Up Was Never an Option," will be signing copies of her book Saturday at Dockside Bookshop in Havensight Mall. The book, a novel about four women in three generations rising to challenge life's potentially devastating blows, is her first. It was published in December.
Larmony, originally from Nevis, migrated first to St. Thomas and then to Arizona where she received a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Phoenix.
Larmony is now living in the Virgin Islands, where she has three grown children and enjoys writing, reading, mentoring, and traveling.
For a short peek at the story, click here for Dockside's picks of the week.