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Talk Story and Book Signing with Danielle Takeshita

Location: Student Services Center, Room W-201

Come and learn how UH Hilo alumna Danielle Takeshita took an idea to paper and published her first novelette, 5 Senses. This is a story about the friendship between Jamie and Iris and their journey to find answers about Iris’ past. Takeshita said she wrote the book because it was “something she would have loved to read as a teen.”

hilo.hawaii.edu/news/press/release/1695

For more information, contact: uhhglobe@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7488

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