Josette Ciceron of Alexandria to sign copies of her book on Saturday

She'll be at Cherry Street Books at 4 p.m.

Josette Ciceron moved to Alexandria in 2015 from Tampa, Fla. (Jared Rubado / Echo Press)

Alexandria author Josette Ciceron of Alexandria will be talking about and signing copies of her book, “Unapologetically Anxious Me: Confessions, Stories, & Musings of a Haitian American Girl” at 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11 at Cherry Street Books in downtown Alexandria.

Her book draws on her Haitian, Caribbean and American upbringing.

Ciceron is an associate editor at Definitive Woman magazine. She is also a local social justice activist, and she hosts a video series called "Voices Talk Show" and a podcast called "Unapologetically Anxious Me."

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