Emmy Award winning author, writer and producer Yvette Manessis Corporon recently released When The Cypress Whispers.
The novel takes place on the Greek island of Erikousa and combines the present with the past, showcasing the intimate bond between a Greek grandmother and her grown Greek-American granddaughter Daphne. As Daphne struggles to find herself regarding her traditional values and modern society, her yiayia teaches her invaluable life lessons that offers true meaning on what life is really about.
Fellow Greek-American author and TV correspondent Maria Menounos praised When The Cypress Whispers as, "When The Cypress Whispers is an unforgettable book about what it truly means to love and be loved...Yvette has taken the myths, history and culture of our homeland and crafted a deeply moving story that will stay with you long after you've finished the last page."
In addition to being an Emmy Award winner, Yvette Manessis Corporon serves as the Senior Producer of popular entertainment show Extra. The Greek-American author studied at NYU and gained degrees in Classical Civilizations and Journalism. When The Cypress Whispers combines Corporon's stellar writing skills and Hellenism. The Book's trailer can be viewed below.
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