Soul-stirring Memoir FOURTEEN DAYS by Momoko Uno to Take Center Stage at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

The upcoming Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is set to host an emotionally charged literary journey as author Momoko Uno presents her heartfelt memoir, FOURTEEN DAYS: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Quarantine Hell. The event, slated for April 20-21 on the USC campus, will showcase Uno’s powerful narrative that explores love, loss, and resilience in the face of the global pandemic.

FOURTEEN DAYS begins with the author’s fateful subway commute in February 2020, where news of her mother’s terminal illness shatters the ordinary. Fueled by determination to reach her childhood home in Perth, Australia, Uno goes on a physically and emotionally demanding journey. The memoir carefully brings together moments of vulnerability and resilience, offering readers an intimate look into the profound impact of grief.

Momoko Uno’s storytelling is a collection of humor and reflection, creating a relatable and engaging narrative that engages readers from the first page. In FOURTEEN DAYS, she shares her rollercoaster of emotions, providing a candid portrayal of her descent into the depths of despair and the subsequent path to healing.

Uno’s authentic voice resonates throughout the memoir and leaves a lasting impact on readers. The deeply personal nature of FOURTEEN DAYS ensures that its impact lingers, offering a compelling and memorable reading experience.

As the country’s largest literary festival, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is the perfect platform for Momoko Uno to share her unique perspective on life, love, and loss.

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About The Author:

Momoko Uno resides in Westchester, NY, surrounded by a lively ensemble of six cats, two dogs, and an oversized hamster. In defiance of early criticism, where she received a C- for English writing and was discouraged from pursuing medical school, Momoko has blossomed into an accomplished author. Her ability to channel personal experiences into a profound narrative showcases her resilience and determination, mirroring the themes of her memoir.

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