FADED LIVES, a new fiction novel by Edward T. Vaughan, has been released.
Nashville, TN: 4/26/2011 - What do you really know about your family? When Mark Stephens takes a week long trip to visit his elderly grandmother, Emily Goodman; he is confronted by the reality of his family's secret past.
The idea for this book developed from the notion that most people know very little about the events that have shaped the lives of their older family members and ancestors. Oral history should be preserved -even if it is not always pleasant. This novel focuses on the darker side of the equation, the skeletons in the closet, which are seldom seen or heard.
Author: Edward T. Vaughan was born in Danville, Virginia. He is a graduate of Averett University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. He is a talented artist and an avid genealogist. He has three pets, which were adopted from rescue shelters. He enjoys writing, but has worked mainly in the medical and prescription drug industry. He currently resides in Nashville, TN.
Review: "The writing of this story is relaxed and welcoming. I found the characters of Mark and his grandmother especially engaging. The story of the past is well conceived and is skillfully woven into the tapestry. I found reading Faded Lives very satisfying. As in most good stories there is a lesson to be learned, but Edward doesn't try to hammer the point home. I finished the book with a smile on my face. I have no difficulty recommending this book."-Alex McGilvery of CelticFrogReviews.
Faded lives is available in print at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online retailers. It is also available in eBook format for Kindle, Nook, Apple, Sony, and others.
Review copies are available upon request.
Title: Faded Lives (fiction)
Author: Edward T. Vaughan
Length: 250 pages, 6"x 9" Trade Paperback.
Price: $14.99 print $2.99 eBook
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