Superstorm Sandy by William Westhoven audiobook

Superstorm Sandy: A Diary in the Dark

By William Westhoven
Read by Kaleo Griffith

Gildan Media 9781469025421
3.39 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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Written and published within a month of theworst storm to ever hit the New Jersey-New York area, “Superstorm Sandy: ADiary in the Dark” is a first-person account of one New Jersey’s resident’s twelvedays without power or heat in his North Jersey home. The author, WilliamWesthoven, an award-winning New Jersey journalist and author, mixes personaldrama and observations with fact-based reporting and a liberal dose of “youhave to laugh or you’ll cry” humor. His quick work has resulted in the firstbook to document the arrival of Superstorm Sandy and the immediate recoveryperiod that followed. The author pledges to donate all paid royalites from this book tothe nonprofit Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.

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Written and published within a month of theworst storm to ever hit the New Jersey-New York area, “Superstorm Sandy: ADiary in the Dark” is a first-person account of one New Jersey’s resident’s twelvedays without power or heat in his North Jersey home. The author, WilliamWesthoven, an award-winning New Jersey journalist and author, mixes personaldrama and observations with fact-based reporting and a liberal dose of “youhave to laugh or you’ll cry” humor. His quick work has resulted in the firstbook to document the arrival of Superstorm Sandy and the immediate recoveryperiod that followed.

The author pledges to donate all paid royalites from this book tothe nonprofit Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.

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Author Bio: William Westhoven

Author Bio: William Westhoven

William Westhoven was a full-time journalist from 1989 to 2011, when he fell victim to newspaper industry-wide layoffs. Since then, he has branched out to fiction, writing and publishing two complete novels. During his newspaper career, Westhoven earned several national and state awards for writing, editing, and page design. His theater column, “Morris Stage,” ran for nine years in the Daily Record and, as a performing-arts critic, he earned seven first-place awards for Critical Writing from the New Jersey Press Association. In between his book projects, he continues to work as a freelance journalist, with recent work appearing in several newspapers and Patch sites, the Huffington Post, and Guitar World Online.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 3.39
Audience: Adult
Language: English