M. Spio Pens a Love Story Focusing on Southern Charm and Racial Barriers, in New Book
Miami Beach, Fla.
The past can be haunting, especially for Carmine. After trying to escape, he finds himself face-to-face with everything he was looking to erase.
M. Spio provides a love story that breaks down the barriers of race in a heartwarming tale of a Klansman's son seeking redemption and forgiveness of the past and a patient, forgiving African American woman in "A Song for Carmine."
Carmine is faced with the demons of his past and must make life-altering decisions in order to find a life worth living.
Set in the Deep South in the Appalachian Mountains, Carmine faces the challenges of an interracial love, an alcoholic father and learning how to forgive. Spio wrote this book to remind others that love can solve anything.
"When we hold on to the past, we take on other people's pain and make them ours; letting go is the only way to gain it all," Spio said.
For more information, visit asongforcarmine.com.
About the author
M. Spio developed a love for the South after living in South Carolina and being inspired by the simple living, deep secrets and racial struggles. She was a contributor to the best selling book "Chicken Soup for the African American Soul" featuring Maya Angelou.