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Diane Visits with Librarians at the Oklahoma Library Association Exhibit Hall
Tulsa, OK — Debut author Diane Morrow-Kondos dropped by The RoadRunner Press booth for a nice visit with attendees of the 2022 Oklahoma Library Association in Tulsa in March. Her debut memoir is due out this summer.
Diane Morrow-Kondos to Speak at 2021 MPIBA FallCon October 9
Denver, Colo. — Debut author Diane Morrow-Kondos of Tulsa, Oklahoma, will be one of the featured nonfiction authors at Books for Breakfast: The Nonfiction Edition during FallCon 2021. The breakfast will be at 9 a.m. October 9 at the Renaissance Central Park Hotel in Denver. Registration is required.
The book trade show expects to draw more than 150 booksellers from across the region. The show is hosted by the Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association. Booksellers can register to attend the show at: https://fallcon.org/register/.
Diane’s debut memoir—The Long Road to Happy: A Sister’s Journey Through Her Brother’s Disabilities—will be released Summer 2022. (Due to Covid supply chain issues, the release of The Long Road to Happy was postponed to Summer 2022.)
Welcome to my author website! I hope you’ll become a regular visitor as we add new features—such as my blog and other resources for families with children with disabilities—in the coming months.
The Long Road to Happy: A Sister’s Journey Through Her Brother’s Disabilities is my first book. It is a true and rarely told story. We don’t talk much about the realities of disability in this country. We talk even less about how it impacts families and siblings.
The Long Road to Happy is my story about what I learned from growing up with a little brother with disabilities and eventually, upon the passing of my mother, becoming both his guardian and champion. I hope my story will add to the national conversation as we work to make this a more welcoming place for all.
Publishers Weekly’s US Book Show Galley Grab includes Long Road to Happy
NY, NY — New York City hosts the US Book Show this week, opening with an appearance by Oprah Winfrey. The inaugural show is virtual for 2021.
Debut author Diane Morrow-Kondos of Tulsa, Oklahoma, will have a presence at the show.
Her debut memoir—The Long Road to Happy: A Sister’s Journey Through Her Brother’s Disabilities— is one of the nonfiction titles spotlighted in Publishers Weekly’s Gallery Grab.
After a delay in release due to the two years of the pandemic, the book is scheduled for release Summer 2022 Look for it at your favorite bookstore, bookstore chain, or online retailer this fall. The book is being published by the award-winning Oklahoma indie publisher The RoadRunner Press.