MADISON, Ala. (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
From Dia Lynne Cardo, the prolific author of several romance and thriller fiction, Womankind is a brand new novel that blends the touch of dramatic elements of her books, For Scottie and The Warrior and His Lady, and the thrilling pace of The Passage of Silence and Shattered Dreams. The book, with its strong female protagonists, is Cardo’s exceptionally creative way of demonstrating as well as celebrating the strength and courage that all women possess.
Cardo’s tale finds its beginnings around the fateful life of an Apache woman, named Coyote Hunter. She rues the day that the “white man” noticed her bathing at the pond. Since then, she has been traded for 20 wild horses, enough to feed her starving tribe for many moons; but the sacrifice has been made and her destiny has been sealed. Now, she is wife to a husband whose heart is as hard as the Texas soil he tills and whose temper is as hot as the Texas sun he curses. With a baby on the way, Coyote Hunter fears that the worse is yet to come.
Using the American Indian woman as its basis, Womankind is a work that highlights these women’s ingenious spirit in coping with the deepest sorrows of their lives. Subtly resting on a premise that a woman’s suffering may be brought about by the actions of powerful men, both fans and first time readers of Cardo’s stories are left to wonder if it is really women’s love and loyalty to these men that bring about their suffering.
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About the Author
Dia Lynne Cardo calls Alabama her home but was born and raised in the mountains of Kentucky. Her education comes from the experiences life offers to everyone. She is divorced but was married to an Army soldier for 29 years. She has one daughter and two grandsons. She lives quietly among her flowers, her writing and the appreciative thoughts of all the good things life has given her.
Womankind * by Dia Lynne Cardo
Years of Sorrow
Publication Date: August 24, 2012
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