January 08, 2018
Frank Tropea, a Harvard graduate and a member of MENSA and INTERTEL, has completed his new book “The Princess Who Wept Diamonds”: a heartwarming fantasy about a virtuous and beautiful princess cursed with having diamonds for tears, and how this curse drove her to a journey of finding acceptance and true love.
Author Tropea illuminates an idea regarding the doubt on one’s self-worth because of a horrible “malady”: “In a very distant, faraway land, there once lived a beautiful princess in a large glowing white palace. But she lived under a most terrible curse. Though she had different beautiful gowns for every day of the week, and she ate wonderful, sumptuous meals off of plates of pure gold, it didn’t seem to matter to her in the least. Though the sun could have shone every day and the skies would be clear, crystalline blue, there was always that darkest darkness all about her. When she looked in a mirror, she couldn’t even see her long golden blonde hair or pale, lovely features and slender figure. Instead, what she saw in the mirror was as ugly to her to behold as a toad in her father’s moat. That was because of the terrible curse laid upon her when she was born.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Frank Tropea’s amazing story also showcases the love for animals, courage, and resiliency. Read the tale of a distressed princess who is afflicted with a curse, and how this circumstance pushed her to a life-changing journey of danger, hope, and love.
Readers who wish to experience this touching work can purchase“The Princess Who Wept Diamonds” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.
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