Five years in the making, the ‘Sisters for Sale’ book launches next week.
‘Sisters for Sale’ tells the incredible true story of my friends May and Pang, two strong young women who were kidnapped from their homes in Vietnam and trafficked into China.
It’s a powerful, thought-provoking story which reveals the complex realities and heartbreaking decisions faced by victims of human trafficking, and wrestles with the tricky questions raised when we try to help.
For the first time, we’ll be releasing a hardcover version of the book, as well as the paperback and digital versions. The test prints have arrived, and they look beautiful.
For the book launch, we’ll be hosting a very special online launch event featuring a conversation between myself (the author) and one of my personal heroes, Michael Brosowski, who played a key role in the search for May and Pang.
You might know Michael from the ‘Sisters for Sale’ documentary. Michael is the founder of Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation, a phenomenal organisation which has now rescued over 850 Vietnamese girls and women from forced “marriages” in China.
I’d love for you to join us at the launch, and we have a very special surprise for attendees.
It’s a free event but places are limited. You can reserve your spot now at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OdLAeMdPQqGw5SLEtEXjJw
The date and time will depend on your location:
1st November – 6pm Los Angeles, 9pm New York
2nd November – 8am Vietnam, 9am Perth and Singapore, 11am Brisbane, 12pm Sydney and Melbourne, 2pm New Zealand
I look forward to seeing you there!
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