Author Charity Rue will be participating in the Holmesburg Community Day by doing 3 readings of her children’s book Best Buds b & d, followed by craft session to be held at the Dining Car, located at 8826 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19136.
Author Charity Rue will be reading her children’s book Best Buds b & d at the Torresdale Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia, followed by a craft session. More information to be listed as event draws closer.
Author Charity Rue aka Ruechari has been creating works of fiction for over 20 years. Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA this Literary Award Winning author runs the gamut with a variety of genres from Historical, Young Adult, New Adult, Paranormal and Fantasy. All her stories carry an element of romance and unexpected plot twists.
Her Historical Romance novel “From the Ashes” has received over 1/2 million reads on Wattpad and reached #1 on their Historical Hot Fiction List in 2016. Charity was also chosen for the shortlist in Wattpad’s Open Novella Contest in 2018 with her story “Love’s Counterpart” and she’s been honored with Poet in Perpetuum at the Poet’s Pub.
Several of her poems have been published in anthologies, and in 2017 she self-published a children’s story “Best Buds b & d” to help children who have difficulty deciphering between these two letters.
Charity’s most recent accomplishment is being named Winner of the Campus Romance Contest held by Litnet on March 30, 2019, earning her a Literary Award for the first time in her writing career.
Charity runs her own short story writer’s club, Storytellers Saloon, where she also currently collaborates with 9 writers who span 3 continents in writing a Western that is written in poetry. The series “Busted Gulch” is now in its 3rd year and 10th volume.
Charity has always been passionate about writing. Married over 25 years and proud mother of two young sons, that Charity homeschools, she strives to make a success of herself in life and her writing career to show her children that they too can achieve their dreams, so long as they never give up on them.