The ravishing Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla, Young and the Restless) isn't sitting at home waiting for TPTB at Young and the Restless to call. The actress/author is celebrating the paperback release of her best selling memoir The Women Who Raised Me. Members of Rowell's official website recieved this message from Rowell yesterday:
Just over one year ago, The Women Who Raised Me was released. This was an amazing blessing. It gave me the opportunity to travel across the country and meet THOUSANDS of you and I am forever grateful to you for allowing me to hear your stories and to share mine. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. But more importantly, we made Foster Care a constant topic.
When it we moved forward in releasing a paperback edition of “The Women Who Raised Me", words could not express the joy I felt. I was being given another opportunity to keep focus on Foster Care. I was being given another opportunity to reach out to you and come to your cities and hear your stories and share laughter and tears with you. Together WE can keep Foster Care on the front burner. And a more fitting date could not have been. “The Women Who Raised Me” has been released on paperback today, May 1st, which is also the kick off for National Foster Care Month. And with this I'm starting year 2 of The Women Who Raised Me tour!
Another year to get the message out there!
Check the calendar and see if I'm coming to your city.
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