Life. Love. Loss. Longing...
Karin Bole Tupper has written the companion to her previously published book, "A Grain Of Truth".
Bringing to life with a deft touch for the descriptive, stories that do in fact, all contain the proverbial "grain of truth." Reading through the ten stories in this volume, you will find tales of intrigue, ordinary life, lessons learned in life and love and stories that contain family history. "A Grain Of Truth ~ Book Two", includes a bonus piece of the working introduction to what will be a full length novel, "The Internet Poetry Cafe". A darkly sardonic tale of life as private person in the very public, social media and Internet venue. Satire, parody and intrigue abound. This "just the facts, M'am", a matter of public record, told in Ms Bole Tupper's characteristic deeply descriptive style, promises to be enlightening and entertaining.
|Publisher:||Karin Bole Tupper|
|File size:||58 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Karin Bole Tupper currently works at Health Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch. She studied to become a Certified Dental Assistant and was published in her professional association’s magazine. A career detour into the burgeoning High Tech industry followed very quickly and while working as a Documentation Controller, the opportunity to learn technical writing came with the job description. Always an artistic and creative spirit, Karin pursued many different traditional crafts, including writing for personal enjoyment. She honed these skills over the years of marriage and motherhood and soon had a rewarding knitwear design business developing alongside with raising two children and a full-time job. Her knitting blog, started in 2006, is a lively spot and an informal glimpse into her world and her warm, intimate writing style. More recently, Karin has worked with Skyreader Media, doing voice over work. You can hear her on the highly acclaimed e-reader application for children, “Wiggens Makes Friends at the San Diego Zoo” Her writing is focused primarily on poetry and short stories. The often fact-based fiction that she pens encompasses romance, parody, loss, family and relationships, with a demonstrated flair for the descriptive. Karin lives in Canada’s Capital, surrounded by family and friends; too much yarn and not enough books.