Book on Virginia Tech Massacre Coming This Summer

Professor, Students Who Lived Through Shooting Horror to Write About It

ABC News
By CHRIS FRANCESCANI
April 30, 2007

A Virginia Tech journalism professor and several of his students have inked what appears to be the first book deal about the campus massacre. The book’s title is “April 16th: Heartbreak in Blacksburg.”

One Response to “Book on Virginia Tech Massacre Coming This Summer”

  1. Elaine M. Rondeau Says:

    Dear Virginia Tech Journalism Professor and students,
    We request time to speak with you regarding the book that you are writing about the campus massacre.
    We are survivors of a victim of homicide, our daughter, Renee Olubunmi Rondeau, murdered on Halloween night, October 31, 1994 by two strangers.
    We would like to discuss with you the impact that the Virginia Tech Massacre has had upon the hundreds of thousands of victims and survivors and their families all over the United States.
    We have been working with crime victims, victims rights and crime prevention for more than 25 years since the murder of our dear friend, Dr. Yoasi Mushala from Tanzania, a professor of Psychology at Howard University, Washington, DC.
    Your book could have a powerful impact upon crime prevention in these United States. depending upon your message.
    OUR BIOS APPEAR ON OUR WEBSITE AT http://WWW.RORPF.ORG, under the section NATIONAL COALITION OF VICTIMS IN ACTION.
    We sincerely hope that we will hear from you.
    Our interest is only to assist the Virginia Tech Community…we desire no fortune, no fame…
    Our only goal is to stop crime before it happens in the first place.
    Sincerely yours,
    Elaine M. Rondeau
    Executive Director
    The Renee Olubunmi Rondeau Peace Foundation

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