Edison State College Professor Promotes New Book: Then There’s Tomorrow
A little girl kidnapped at the tender age of three;
Spending time in two foster homes;
Traveling in a 1941 Chrysler with a volatile man who took her to Catskills, Mexico, and Las Vegas;
Not knowing her real name; and
Not knowing if she would be expected to act like a boy or girl each morning when she woke up.
Based on true events, Then There’s Tomorrow tells the compelling story of a little girl who must search for her own identity as she learns to cope in a turbulent existence chosen for her by a man who loves no one but himself.
Meet Dr. Sandi Towers, the successful woman this little girl has become, at her book signing on Saturday, April 2nd at the Fort Myers Barnes and Noble from 1-3 p.m., and at her book signing at the bookstore at Edison State College, Lee Campus on Tuesday, April 5th between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Dr. Towers is an Academic Advisor at Edison State College and currently teaches Hospitality Law. Dr. Towers has also published three other books: Media and Entertainment Law (Cengage Learning), Essentials of Florida Real Estate Law (Carolina Academic Press), and Those of Distant Campfires (IUniverse) a book about the Seminole Indians.