Malaga, Spain (PRWEB) May 16, 2012
Feminist and author Amparo Calvo Echeverría boldly unveils the story of her life in her book published through Xlibris. A journey of soul-searching, faith, disappointments, and victory awaits readers in the engrossing pages of her memoir titled Over a Cup of Coffee, available since 2010.
Born at the time of the Spanish Republic, Echeverría’s life simply wasn’t a walk in the park. This journal covers the period of the Civil War to the present day. Her troubled relationship with her mother pervades the text, made clear from the outset with an outpouring of emotions on her death. The tragic snatching of her daughters by the authorities on her return to Spain marks the rest of her life. Through vivid narration, the author bravely chronicles her ups and downs, joys and sorrows, inspiring readers with her honest thoughts and sentiments.
Over a Cup of Coffee is the very personal journey of a young woman, from childhood to adulthood and the richness of a life led. A story that could likely happen to any other woman, this autobiography of a remarkable woman leaves a lesson in optimism and the joys of life. It is the story of Echeverría’s life, but it could be that of any other woman’s.
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About the Author
Amparo Calvo Echeverria is a strong woman who, through hard work and personal sacrifice, has won respect for her independence. She is a feminist, in the most literal sense of the word, and has overcome extreme circumstances in her life: the constant struggle with her mother to balance obedience and rebellion, the loss of her daughters, and her intense personal relations mark a life of extreme ups and downs. A seasoned traveler with a love for the Sun and a good cup of coffee, Amparo lives on the Costa del Sol, Spain.
Over a Cup of Coffee * by Amparo Calvo Echeverría
This is the story of my life, but it could be that of any other woman.
Publication Date: October 1, 2010
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 285 pages; 978-1-4535-7427-0
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 285 pages; 978-1-4535-7428-7
eBook; £8.00; 978-1-4535-7429-4
Members of the media who wish to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by contacting the publisher at +0800-644-6988. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at 44-203-006-8880 or call +0800-644-6988.
For more information, contact Xlibris at +0800-644-6988 or on the web at http://www.XlibrisPublishing.co.uk.