Recent release “Miss Kat’s Brownstone” from Page Publishing author Suzanne Muir is a heartfelt story that follows a woman named Kat who buys a run-down apartment building with the hopes of rebuilding it to its former glory. As she gets to know her tenants and work with them on the repair project, Kat slowly gets her own life in order and finds healing after the loss of her parents and brothers.
Suzanne Muir, a member of the National Writers Association, Professional Division, who was a columnist within the community newspaper network of thirty-six newspapers from May 1992 until April 2011, has completed her new book “Miss Kat’s Brownstone”: a beautiful tale of hope and healing that follows a broken woman as she tries to piece together her life as well as the dilapidated apartment building that she now owns.
“In 1960, Katrina Morgan was at a personal crossroad in her life. She needed a reason to go forward, a project to give her purpose,” writes Muir. “She has bought a run-down brownstone apartment building on Walker Avenue in New York. The deteriorated structure is the way Katrina feels about her own life. Something she had not counted on was while the rebuilding, inside and out, was taking place, she grew to know and admire the twenty souls who have occupied the brownstone for many years.
“Some of the tenants are excited and willing to be a part of this renewal effort while a few are very skeptical, especially one older man. Katrina and her sister are trying to mend their own broken lives following the death of their parents and two brothers in an automobile accident. The tenants’ lives and Kat’s personal life began to intertwine as a strong awareness and respect starts to take shape. The surrounding brownstones lining Walker Avenue are occupied with people fearing the abrupt change. Envy and anger fills their conscious emotions. They are simply afraid. ‘Ms. Kat’s Brownstone’ is a story of strength, kindness, and hope.”
Published by Page Publishing, Suzanne Muir’s fascinating tale explores how the life of one person can become so intertwined with others, and the powerful impact that can have. As Kat does her best to repair and revitalize her new apartment complex, she’ll come to understand just how important purchasing it was on her own path to healing her lost soul.
Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase “Miss Kat’s Brownstone” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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