Saturday, March 22, 2014

The Morphine Dream




The Bridgewater Public Library will host author Donald L. Brown on Tuesday, April 8th at 6:30 p.m. Mr. Brown, a life-long resident of Massachusetts, is the author of The Morphine Dream (themorphinedream.com).

Using facets of his own life to prove to others that life can always be “rebooted”, Brown’s personal story is one of true triumph over tragedy. With such pertinence to modern society, his book is set to resonate with readers from coast to coast, and is under contract to become a major motion picture (by the same name).

While he has achieved international acclaim in both law and academia, Brown’s resume success didn’t start until the age of thirty-six. With his early life blighted by his father’s suicide, dropping out of junior high school and suffering life-changing injuries in an industrial accident, Brown was convinced he had nothing useful to offer the world Having since risen from the ashes and with an inspirational story to tell, Brown’s new memoir is set to bring hope and solace to thousands looking to review their own lives.

There is will be a book signing after Mr. Brown’s talk and copies of The Morphine Dream will be available for purchase.

Parking is available in back of the library, located at 15 South Street. For more information about the program, contact Mary O’Connell at moconnel@sailsinc.org.

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