AuthorTalk with H.K. Rhudd
Thursday, April 12, 2018 | 6:00 PM
Peoples Building, Library
New Castle Main Campus
Please join us in the Library for an evening with WilmU student and first time author, H. K. Rhudd. This event is open to the public and free of charge. Light refreshments will be provided.
About the Book
If you were getting ready to leave behind everything you’ve ever known, what would you do? This novella tells the story of a teenage boy named Daniel. Everything that has happened in his life has taken place in the same town, the same house, and the same friends. But everything changes when his paremts reveal that he has to move to a new house in just 3 weeks. Devastated, he shuts himself away, and relapses on some of the negative behaviors that he’s been struggling with for years. And when the move finally happens, he finds the whole situation to be more stressful than he thought. His two cousins live with him, he’s moved away from his best friend, Marcus, and his neighbor happens to be his age, a bubbly girl by the name of June. He tries to push her away, but little does he know that June will have a huge impact on his life.
About the Author
Born and raised in the state of Delaware, H. K. Rhudd is a young author who aspires to have their work spread across the entire world. They have many works that spans across many different genres, and has many hopes and ambitions when it comes to their writing career. H.K. Rhudd is a Wilmington Univeristy student, pursuing a degree in Liberal Studies and plans on focusing on English Literature and Creative Writing in the future.
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