Alicia began the compilation of her drama fiction series The Confrontation in the year 2002, but only recently began submitting her short stories to Yahoo Voices creative writing channel in November 2013, after her many independently published fiction and non-fiction books began to sell across the globe. Most of Alicia Crowder-White's books are available for sale on Amazon; one of the leading online book retailers.
Many of the anthologies of short stories and technical publications by Alicia Crowder-White have been consistently selling from Amazon websites in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, the U.K., Germany, France, Japan, and Spain throughout the years 2013-2014, the time when author Alicia Crowder finally transcended from over a decade of actively selling thousands of articles, most of which were ghost writing she performed, into the short and long manuscript/book publishing arena where she determined to put her unique personal style of writing, so very different from the professional freelance ghost writing style she used for businesses and other published writers, on display.
The release of this fourth part of The Confrontation marks what Alicia hopes will be the beginning of many more 'parts' of this new short fiction series published on Yahoo Voices.
The Confrontation by Alicia Crowder is a tale of heartache, the dichotomy of confusion in a long-term quest for understanding and resolution, and of the motivation to push beyond the guilt of horrendous sins and personal mistakes.
Written in first-person styling, the author Alicia Crowder shares a personalized feeling with her readers of a woman attempting to grasp at some sense of reality beyond the truths and fairy tales of former and current hopes and dreams.
As the series progresses, readers will access an increasingly detailed vision of the mind of an escapist who continues her work of re-inserting herself back into the real world while never enjoying the certainty of what that real world actually entails.
Beyond seeing into the mind of one struggling woman, the reader is also exposed to the understandings and experiences of another main character in this short fiction series. As in reality, the lines between "good guy" and "bad guy" become increasingly blurred and the sanity of each of the story's characters comes into question over the scope of time.
Many more 'parts' of The Confrontation will be published regularly throughout 2014 and Alicia Crowder is expected to additionally be publishing two new books in the first quarter of the year.