Homefront is the first book to tear off the yellow ribbon and expose the raw and complex experience of waiting for a lover to survive a war.
June 3, 2009 – NASHVILLE, TN – Homefront, featured on WNPR’s “Faith Middleton Show,” is Kristen Tsetsi’s critically-acclaimed semi-autobiographical debut novel set in the military town of Clarksville, TN.
“Haunting and lyrical,” writes Emmy award-winning former news correspondent James Moore, author of Bush’s Brain. “I had never had a better understanding of the agony of military separation until I read Kristen Tsetsi’s Homefront.”
Beginning at 2:00pm, Hermitage resident Kristen Tsetsi will autograph books and talk with attendees at the author gathering about the story that revolves around a young woman whose life changes in an instant when her 101st Airborne boyfriend deploys to Iraq. For more information and reviews, visit www.KristenTsetsi.com.
“It seems like there have been a real lack of narratives out there about the experiences of those who love those in the military, especially this time around. This beautiful and stark novel by Kristen J. Tsetsi makes real the agonizing waiting that so many Americans must do while their loved ones are at modern war.” –Feministing.com
Everyone is invited to attend the author book signing (no charge) and join the community in support of small press authors.
Emotional suspense, psychological intimacy, and uncomfortable truths are hallmarks of Kristen Tsetsi’s fiction. Meet the author at Davis-Kidd Booksellers in Nashville on Saturday, June 13 at 2pm.
Davis-Kidd Booksellers is located at 2121 Green Hills Village Drive in Nashville.
To contact the store: (615) 385-2645
(Sorry about the 3rd person stuff. That’s just the way these things read.)
Causes Kristen Tsetsi Supports
Planned Parenthood, SPCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America