DuEwa Frazier Reading/Signing for QUINCY RULES
Imagine receiving mysterious letters and cards with no return address, only colorful stamps from all around the world. These letters and cards tell little about the person who sends them, other than the fact that the sender is the father you have never met. Quincy Lyles is a 15-year old teen who mastered yoga at a young age, gets straight A's in school and never gets into trouble. That is, until she starts to search for her birth father. Struggling to understand her true identify and background, Quincy goes on an adventurous quest to find her father. The one friend Quincy can depend on, Delaney Rojas, helps her in her quest. Quincy begins to develop parts of herself she never knew existed within her new found "sleuthing" abilities. Quincy Rules is a young adult mystery with hints of humor and mysticism.
DuEwa Frazier is an award nominated poet, writer, educator, speaker, and performer. She is the author of several books, including the young adult novel, Deanne in the Middle (2014), and the book of poetry, Goddess Under the Bridge: Poems (2013). Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in St. Louis, MO, DuEwa finds time to enjoy music, performance poetry, cooking, and the outdoors. She earned a BA degree in English at Hampton University, an MFA degree in Creative Writing from The New School and advanced degrees in Education from Fordham University and Columbia University. Visit her website at www.duewaworld.com.