“The First Ladies” Book Signing, February 23 in Daytona Beach
In celebration of Black History Month, the Halifax Historical Museum in Daytona Beach is hosting a book signing with New York Times bestselling author Victoria Christopher Murray at 1 p.m. Friday, February 23. Murray will discuss her novel “The First Ladies,"a novel about the extraordinary partnership between First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune—an unlikely friendship that changed the world.
Limited copies of the book are available for free; however, guests are encouraged to call the museum at (386) 255-6976 to reserve a book in advance.
Murray's website shares more about the author: Victoria Christopher Murray is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of more than 30 novels, including the New York Times Instant Best Sellers, "The Personal Librarian" and "The First Ladies." Both novels, Victoria co-wrote with Marie Benedict. A native New Yorker, Victoria attended Hampton University where she majored in Communication Disorders. After graduating, Victoria attended New York University’s Stern Business School where she received her MBA in Marketing. Victoria spent ten years in Corporate America before she tested her entrepreneurial spirit. She opened a Financial Services Agency for Aegon, USA where she managed the number one division for nine consecutive years. However, Victoria always dreamed of writing and in 1997, she pursued her dream.
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