NEW YORK, Jan. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Ann Diamond, a retired attorney with three children and four grandchildren, has completed her new book "The Pink Pearl": a gripping and potent depiction of one young woman's life-changing experiences in New York City. Her story is told with a most unusual writing style, almost quirky, with author and character commentaries in each chapter.
The author begins the book with a prologue written from the perspective of the main character to set the tone of the story: "Well, the reality is, this is not exactly my book, but it is my story, so I suppose I did not have the final say as to the prologue. That was the author's choice and, in my opinion, far too long, as you will see.
"This book is a collaboration between me and the author. 'Collaboration' was a word that the author chose. I would simply call it our working together, to enable me to tell my story.
"The author is a very nice woman attorney whom I trusted to tell my story accurately, without any legal or ten-syllable words, and hopefully with a little humor, if you can imagine a lawyer ever being humorous. This lawyer, however, does have a bit of a sense of humor, so I am encouraged in that regard. She is married to a lawyer who has a very good sense of humor, and hopefully influenced his wife not to make my story totally mundane."
Published by Page Publishing, Ann Diamond's charming tale follows Mary Katherine Kennedy, who goes by Kate, a young woman who led a very conservative childhood. When Kate goes off to college, she begins to spread her wings and her life takes off from there. Kate was in a rut and sought some level of greater happiness, so she decides to move to New York City to join her boyfriend, Ari Goldman. When Kate encounters "The Pink Pearl", what she thought was her otherwise mundane life turns into a whirlwind of adventures.
Kate's journey seeking the goal of a higher meaning in life takes many twists and turns, running the gamut of emotions, sometime hilarious, raucous, sad, and ending in a life-changing decision. Kate's story is captivating and complicated. During Kate's story, and the author's commentary along the way, the reader is open to interpret whether Kate made the best decisions she could, hopefully opening the door to a new life that would forever bring her an ideal level of happiness.
The author plans two follow-up books that continue with Kate's life and anticipates a screen play to bring her life to the screen with a most provocative movie.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "The Pink Pearl" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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