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Dia Cardo highlights inspiring stories of Apache women in new novel.
Madison, AL (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
What connects of women all races, backgrounds and cultures throughout time? Their inner strength in the face of adversity.
Retired senior administrative professional and established author Dia Cardo explores how culture and society have shaped women through U.S. history, particularly in terms of their relationship to men, in her new novel, “Womankind: Years of Sorrow.”
“All women will relate to this book,” Cardo says. “The women in the stories teach by their own example that all women have capabilities other than what they have been conditioned to believe.”
In her newest novel, “Womankind,” Cardo shares an inspirational adventure story set in the 1700s among an Apache tribe that empowers women of all ages. Cardo not only highlights this period in U.S. history, but demonstrates the strength and courage within all women that has transcended time and culture.
Through the book, Cardo’s ultimate goal is for readers, both women and men, to take away a sense of pride and freedom.
“Women have capabilities and intelligence that have not been conditioned into their daily lives and their private feelings about themselves,” Cardo says. “I want the excepted belief of helplessness and a lack of intelligence to become like dust in the wind.”
“Womankind: Years of Sorrow” by Dia Cardo
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, bookstore.xlibris.com.
About the author
Dia Cardo is a retired senior administrative professional residing in Madison, Al. She has one daughter and two grandchildren, and enjoys gardening in her free time. “Womankind: Years of Sorrow” is Cardo’s fifth book, she has also written “For Scottie,” “The Warrior and His Lady,” “Shattered Dreams” and “The Passage of Silence.”
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