2014-01-05 23:26:50 - a must read book titled Tonto Canto Pocahontas that tells the story of an native American bachelor who has the hots for an indigenous princess he have never met.
Author Alexei Auld, a Sundance Native Writing alum who’s work has been featured in E! True Hollywood Story, Fondo Del Sol, and numerous curated festivals and publications has brought out
Immediate Release: 4th December 2014. Alexei Auld tells the story of a native American bachelor Crispy Calusa, who is ordered to find and get engaged to an indigenous woman in thirty days or be kicked out of the tribe. In this moving story which is told in such a dramatic way which makes you feel you are there with Crispy Calusa, feeling the hurt and the danger of going into the unknown, Crispy could be forced to say goodbye to the life he has ever known unless his mission of
finding an indigenous bride is a success.
Crispy had big dreams when he left home for New York City, but it's a whole different world off the Rez. In his pursuit of an education he's pissed off the indigenous people of NYC. In his pursuit of women on the singles circuit he's turned on grannies in heat. The last thing he wants to do is give up on his plans, but his mother won't stop telling him to bag it up and come on home.
Afer coming home Crispy’s life changes again, the tribal elders tell him he has to find an indigenous woman and get engaged to her which is a big mission but that mission becomes an even bigger mission when he is told he has thirty days or he is kicked out of the tribe. Crispy has major choices to make, he needs to decide what his future holds and what is more important, real love or the orders that he has been given by the tribal elders.
Tonto Canto Pocahontas is not just a book that has the words floating off the page; it is also a book that allows you to understand the pressures of maintaining culture vs enjoying modernity as well as the Issues and implications of interracial/intercultural dating and marriage.
The book is not just a compelling read but will also educate Non-Native readers who will get a refreshing exposure to contemporary urban Indian life. It answers the question of what happened to Native Americans 400 years after European contact.
Tonto Canto Pocahontas is available from Amazon for $7.28 as a download or $14.99 as a trade paperback at www.amazon.com/Tonto-Canto-Pocahontas-Alexei-Auld-ebook/dp/B00GV ..
To learn more about the book and Author Alexei Auld, please visit alexeiauld.com
The publishing company is TemRose Publishing (links to purchase on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes and Noble can be found on it) www.temrose.com