GenZ Publishing release

Aberdeen, NJ, August 19, 2016 – On August 26, 2016 Audrey Cuff Ed. D’s highly anticipated second novel The Ties That Bind Us, will be released. The talented author has created another enthralling tale, filled with love, heartache and hope.

Synopsis: Audrey Cuff, Ed.D’s novel is an all too real tale of the struggles and heartbreak faced when loved ones return from war. Follow Ashley Brown as she struggles to establish a healthy relationship with her estranged father. Her father returned from the war in Iraq, but there is something deeply wrong with Ashley’s father. She has not seen him since she was five years old, and she fears him more than anything.

Grab your copy today on GenzPublishing.org and Amazon.

About Audrey Cuff, Ed. D

 

Dr. Audrey Cuff was inspired to write by her special education students. She wanted her students to reach their goals and aspirations regardless of their obstacles or shortcomings in life. She also wanted her students to understand how important it is to fight to better their community. Dr. Cuff received her doctoral degree at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California. She also earned certifications in Teacher of Psychology, Teacher of Special Education, and Supervisor of Education. Cuff was also nominated Outstanding Teacher of the Year in the 2005-06 school year.

 

She is currently a special education teacher in South Jersey. She has two children and is a vegetarian. She completed two marathons in Hawaii for AIDs and HIV research. Audrey also enjoys reading, writing, going to the movies, and spending time with family and friends. The Ties that Bind Us is her second novel; her first novel City of Thieves is available here.

 

About GenZ Publishing

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