Lancaster, Pa. (PRWEB) September 11, 2008
Lancaster author and resident, Artie Van Why, has published "That Day in September," a 108-page book that chronicles Van Why's firsthand experiences on 9/11 and in the weeks and months that followed. On the morning the first plane struck the tower, Van Why was sitting in his office directly across the street from the twin towers.
For a limited time (Thursday, September 11 through Sunday, September 14) an electronic book version of "That Day In September," normally priced at $9.95, will be available to the public as a free download at Smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com).
While many stories have been told about September 11th in the past seven years, Van Why's effort to keep the memory of that day alive and to honor those who died offers a truly unique perspective and a moving commentary that begs to be read in one sitting.
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About Artie Van Why
Originally from Maryland, Artie Van Why lived in New York City for more than 25 years. After 9/11 he left his job of 13 years and began writing about his experience of that day, and the weeks and months following. His writings became the basis for the one man play of "That Day In September" which Artie performed in L.A. and Off Broadway in New York. It is on that play that his memoir "That Day In September" is based. Artie now lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Artie Van Why