June 21, 2014
-- Auckland, New Zealand, Murray Kibblewhite today announced the publication of “Year 23”, a short story, the seventh in the Project L.E.L. (Live –Experience-
Learn) twenty three year story series of personal self discovery available as a free download from Smashwords https://
The story sets out how to understand that each experience should be considered as a learning experience.
“Everyone is here to learn and everyone’s lessons are different to others. The Project L.E.L. series will explore many different situations, all of which are based upon real people’s experiences.”
said Murray Kibblewhite author of Project L.E.L.”Once a lesson is learnt a person does not have to experience it again. The problem goes away and a new challenge comes into a person’s life”.
In “Year 23” Michael, a teacher, is fascinated by the reason a female student from Northern India has come to New Zealand where she enjoyed living in a small rural city. This short story sets out the brutal challenges facing women from India where traditional rural practices still dominate, giving men undue power over females.
About Murray Kibblewhite
Originally from Masterton, a small rural town. Murray Kibblewhite moved to Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, to complete his B.Com. from Victoria University, before shifting to Auckland where he has lived for the last forty years. Murray is an author, teacher and businessman and his short stories are available free from Smashwords. His first novel, a thriller, “The Minke Connection”, is available from Smashwords.
Murray can be found on Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/MurrayKibblewhite