Friday, June 17, 2016

Giveaway: Living Right

Add another title to your summer reading list with Living Right, a novel about a mother’s struggle to reconcile her son’s sexual identity and faith. An easy read by novelist Laila Ibrahim, who writes about loving across the differences society tells us to fear or discount.

To enter, leave a comment with why you're interested in reading this book. Deadline is June 25th.

The critically acclaimed author behind the 2014 bestseller Yellow Crocus, Laila Ibrahim grew up in Whittier, California on the eastern edge of Los Angeles County, and moved to Oakland, California to attend Mills College where she studied Psychology and Child Development. After getting a Master's Degree in Human Development, she realized she wanted to do more hands-on work with children, and opened up her own preschool, Woolsey Children's School. Ibrahim and worked as the Director of Children and Family Ministries at the First Unitarian Church of Oakland. She lives in a small co-housing community in Berkeley with her wife, Rinda, who is a public school administrator.
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Living Right is now available in both paperback and e-book formats via Amazon.

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