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Author shares her true story of success to inspire others and drive them to do their best, despite the challenges along the way to be featured in 2014 Book Expo America on May 29, 2014 - May 31, 2014 in New York, NY
BOCA RATON, Fla., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Author Sara Beatrice Sober invites everyone to follow her true story of how she made it on her own with courage, determination, and a great idea. She shares about her education, travels around the world, and journey to becoming a famous designer and entrepreneur. She now opens her diary to all through the pages of her autobiography, Those Were the Days My Friend…I Thought They'd Never End.
In this memoir, the author recalls her life as a youngster during the hardships of the depression; the start of the garment center unions in New York City; World War II; and her contributions to the war effort. This is her story of becoming a well-known designer of gowns, starting her own business catering to all women including the rich and famous in this country and abroad.
The author's story shows how a woman can advance and be successful in a man's world of business if she has the courage to succeed. It encourages everyone, inspiring each one to dream, get educated, and work for it.
About the Author
Follow one woman as she made it on her own with courage, determination, and a great idea. Educated and travelled the world herself and became a famous designer and entrepreneur. She now opens her diary to all through the pages of her autobiography, Those Were the Days My Friend… I Thought.
Experience it all with the exciting, picturesque and emotional overtones that can only be told by Sara Beatrice Sober.
Those Were the Days My Friend…I Thought They'd Never End by Sara Beatrice Sober
Publication Date: 4/30/2013
Price: $19.99; 215 pages; ISBN 978-1-4836-2588-1
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