Surreal Memoir of Superdome Survival During Katrina Described as "Stirring" by actor John Lithgow

Due to popular demand this saga is now available on Kindle (or other e-book reading devices) as well as in print. The book that John Lithgow has described as "stirring" is available in time for the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Cover photo, taken by author 9/2/05. More pics by author in book.
Cover photo, taken by author 9/2/05. More pics by author in book.
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June 7, 2010 - PRLog -- The BP Oil Spill is overshadowing most of today's news.   Still the effects of Hurricane Katrina and the levee failures dominate the Gulf as the 5th Anniversary of this nation changing event arrives soon.  August 29th will mark the day that Katrina hit landfall.  The following day the Army Corps of Engineers' levees failed leading to mass death and destruction.  

 Now available in E-Book format, "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" is the first and only non-fiction saga of what really took place inside the Superdome during Katrina.  Many of the myths and inaccurate reporting in the days after Katrina are elaborated on, as well as a true story of about 100 mainly white travelers who were secretly shuttled out of the Superdome days prior to the rest of the evacuees being able to leave.

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"Raw, real, and refreshingly honest, "Diary From the Dome" is required reading for anyone wanting to learn the real story behind the natural and human tragedy that was Hurricane Katrina.  An absolute must-read."   - - From Dominique Sessons', Apex Review May, 2010.

 The author, Paul Harris, a former Probation Officer and Library Supervisor from San Diego shares his story.  He has been approached by an independent movie producer in San Diego about a possible made for TV movie.  

 Harris will return to the forum of the Superdome  on the 5th Anniversary of Katrina, August 29th, 2010 at 12:00 Noon, along with others who were held captive in the cesspool of the Superdome.  He is available for interviews and to share his story.  25% of all author profits are being donated to Gulf area charities.

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Source:Paul Anthony Harris
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