Mima pub­lishes fifth book, ‘Dif­fer­ent Shades of the Same Colour’

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - FEATURES/COMMUNITY -

The P.E.I. au­thor known as Mima re­cently pub­lished her fifth book, “Dif­fer­ent Shades of the Same Colour”, just on the heels of her 2015 book, Her Name is Mariah.

Mima says the plot un­folds like this

“It all started when Natasha Par­sons hit her head, in a very undig­ni­fied man­ner, at her un­cle’s political fundraiser.

“Sud­denly, she finds her­self ex­iled to the coun­try and dis­cov­er­ing some sur­pris­ing truths about her fam­ily and her own life. In a world of prej­u­dice and judg­ment, Natasha quickly learns that we are all dif­fer­ent shades of the same color, but is she ready to ac­cept the dark­ness that’s lurk­ing around the cor­ner?”

In her new book, Mima ex­plores the world of prej­u­dice and stereo­types with­out pulling the reader into a heavy plot, but rather, a com­bi­na­tion of hu­mor and hu­man­ity.

“Spicy con­tent, a dark plot twist and a com­pli­cated fam­ily re­la­tion­ship adds to the el­e­ment of sur­prise, that makes this book a must read for 2016,” a news re­lease states.

To learn more about Mima and her week, check her web­site at http://mi­maon­fire.com. Her nov­els are avail­able at all on­line re­tail­ers, in­clud­ing Chap­ters, Ama­zon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble and more.

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