Regine Dubono is an international voice for Women and Teenagers.
Like New York Times Bestseller Frank McCourt who has captured the soul of the Irish American immigrant, Regine Dubono, a voice for French American women, is much more than that. According to a reviewer from Writer’s Digest, Regine Dubono is the voice for American women in general.
And like Frank McCourt, in her book “Hearts & Souls” when she speaks about the emotional turmoils of teenagers, she hits a universal chord about that difficult age group. (read Aristocrat in Hearts & Souls”.)
I would go even further and state that Regine Dubono, a versatile French-American writer, is the voice for women and teenagers from all continents. Although her tales are tinted with the thin veil of her origins as an immigrant, her American experiences are not limited to those of an immigrant: they have stretched to encompass all women and teenagers.
In (My mother’s) "Soup” Dubono distills the pain of hunger which still exists among College students.
Still in other stories she analyzes the emotional roller coaster of married life.
But Dubono has something in store almost for everyone.
If you have been a casualty of the current financial scene, having just been robbed of your secure executive or desk job, and are being forced into a position as a salesman working on commission only, you may pick up some sales strategy from her story: “They make furniture to fit people‘s homes.“ (In her book "Bitchie Mama." ( www.Lulu.com/reginedubonobook.)
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Dubono’s family is truly international as it is a melting pot of many races and religions.
She herself has married an African American-Indian whose ancestor was an Indian Chief.