Patti Davis, Reagan's Daughter, Publishes Lesbian Novel
BY Neal Broverman
March 23 2013 7:48 PM ET
Patti Davis, the daughter of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, has self-published a novel about a woman who unexpectedly falls in love with another woman.
Entitled Till Human Voices Wake Us, the book is not based on personal experiences, Davis says. The novel centers on a woman, who after the death of her son, falls in love with her sister-in-law. The 60-year-old Davis couldn't find a publisher to distribute the book, so she self-published it as an e-book (it's currently selling for $2.99 on Amazon.com).
The independent-minded Davis famously butted heads with her father, the former Republican president from 1981 to 1989, but reconciled before Reagan's death in 2004. Read more here.
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