Liz Ferro at The Learned Owl [9/25]
Liz Ferro will be at the Learned Owl on September 25th from 1 to 3pm to sign her newest book, Chameleon Girl. She'll also be signing her other books, Finish Line Feeling and Girls with Sole.
As a firefighter, Nora knows better than most that heat rises. After a terrifying rescue jostles free the memories of a traumatic and abusive past, Nora is forced to pursue the demons who beckon her back into the shadowy realm of this new trauma. As she ascends into the inferno of her past, she begins to discover just how much heat she can handle. Feverishly, Nora attempts to maintain her tight grip on the things she holds dear, and considers everything else to be... trivial. After all, a chameleon only changes color when it’s frightened, and nothing can rattle the likes of Nora Horvath.
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"When Liz came to us, not only did she bring fitness, liveliness, self-esteem, and encouragement to our girls, she also brought a purpose to their lives," says Susan M. Brown, L.P.C., of the Multi-County Juvenile Attention System in Canton, Ohio.
What makes a superhero "super"? Is it the power to endure? The will to stand up for what is right? Or is it the courage to conquer fear and the ability to overcome adversity? In the real world, superheroes exist and they are all around us. And much like the comic-book heroes we grew up with, real-world superheroes were once average people who faced adversity and conquered it.