Nov. 13, 2012
-- [Fishkill, N.Y. November 13, 2012] John K. Briscoe has announced the release of ‘Unexplored Lives, A Collection of Short Stories’. A movie fanatic who incorporates various writing styles in one book, Briscoe crafts nine compelling tales that explores the struggles and conquests of diverse individuals over the course of thirty years.
“Readers will appreciate this selection of fiction that studies the complications experienced in the lives of people of different genders, races, and sexualities,”
states Mr. Briscoe, “Although most of the stories involve difficult subject matters, I felt compelled to disclose my vision of how each character overcomes or endures hardship.”
Three of the stories are based on actual events that had only been revealed to the public to a limited degree. Briscoe delves into the potential psychological and social effects of these incidents, giving the reader a glimpse into the lives of people who are faced with daunting circumstances.
As he examines the paranormal, child abuse, physical trauma, betrayal, humiliation, societal taboos, criminal investigations, false imprisonment, and bullying, Mr. Briscoe tackles each of these topics in ways that are both fresh and daring.
An Amazon reviewer stated, “Reminiscent of the late Ray Bradbury - these stories touch upon the human condition and delve into personal pain, lament, and self-empowerment.”
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. ‘Unexplored Lives’ is available in paperback at Amazon.