If passion is your pleasure and you still believe in love, then Baltimore resident and radio personality Harold Fisher had a treat for readers of his new romance novel. The WHUR Radio news reporter held his first Baltimore book signing for debut novel, Two Weeks until the Rest of my Life, at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture recently.

Fisher read an excerpt of the book and enthralled booklovers with a story about a successful, independent Black woman who finds love at first sight, which sparked an intense two hour discussion on relationships and finding true love.

“This is about loving like no one is looking.  Men date younger woman all the time but what happens when the shoe is on the other foot. If given the chance, a lot of women would guiltlessly plunge into a love affair if they didn’t have to worry about prying eyes and the familiar surroundings of home,” Fisher said.

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