“One Tuesday Morning” immerses readers in the events of September 11, 2001, through the eyes of a dedicated ER nurse who was on duty during that fateful day.
— B.A. Christenson
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — Catherine P. DuBrino RN, a retired ER nurse with a passion for writing, has taken her powerful memoir, “One Tuesday Morning,” on a remarkable journey from literary success to the heart of the film industry. The captivating book, which recounts her experiences as an ER nurse during the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, has now been skillfully transformed into a screenplay for potential film adaptation. The film rights are currently managed by Kew Media, opening up new possibilities for audiences worldwide to witness this emotional and inspiring tale of resilience and compassion.
“One Tuesday Morning” immerses readers in the tragic events of September 11, 2001, through the eyes of a dedicated ER nurse who was on duty during that fateful day. Catherine P. DuBrino’s heartfelt recollection of the disaster resonates deeply, preserving the memories of the lives lost and honoring the tireless efforts of those who worked tirelessly to aid the nation in its darkest hour. The book not only captures the impact of that historic day but also celebrates the unwavering power of nursing and the triumph of human kindness.
Author Catherine P. DuBrino RN shared, “As a nurse, I witnessed the heartbreaking aftermath of 9/11 firsthand. It was a day that changed our nation forever. I penned my experiences in ‘One Tuesday Morning’ to remember and honor those we lost and to shed light on the extraordinary dedication of nurses and first responders. It is a story of hope, resilience, and the enduring strength of the human spirit.”
With a target audience comprising history enthusiasts, those in the nursing profession, and all members of society seeking inspiration, “One Tuesday Morning” offers a poignant reminder that goodness and kindness will always prevail. This story of courage and compassion will touch hearts and leave audiences feeling deeply moved.
The book has already garnered accolades, including winning a prestigious nursing article contest and securing a radio appearance scheduled for September.
C.B. Christenson has expressed immense admiration for the book’s emotionally captivating storytelling. With a career dedicated to identifying exceptional film concepts, Christenson praises “As a film concept specialist, I have encountered countless narratives, but ‘One Tuesday Morning’ stands out for its deeply moving and heartfelt storytelling. Catherine P. DuBrino RN’s ability to convey the impact of 9/11 through the lens of an ER nurse is truly remarkable.”
Catherine P. DuBrino RN is a retired nurse who spent her career in the emergency department, from novice to seasoned professional. Her love for theater, travel, and cherishing moments with family and friends further enriches the tapestry of her captivating storytelling.
As “One Tuesday Morning” takes its leap into the film industry, readers can anticipate experiencing the emotion and power of this unforgettable tale on the silver screen. The film’s potential brings with it an opportunity for a wider audience to be inspired by the profound impact of 9/11 and the indomitable spirit of nursing professionals.
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