“Depictions of Human Nature,” released by Shawnee author.
Author Belfast Leigh Penner announces the release of her new book, “Depictions of Human Nature,” which demonstrates her keen perception of how the dynamics of the human mind might react in a variety of settings.
Because money is often the subject among people in almost all walks of life, Penner explores the many ramifications involving money. Her intuitiveness in dealing with the subject can open doors for supportive dialogue in solving money-related problems.
Other commonplace topics are also depicted here including reachable settlements and the discernment of right and wrong. These human nature depictions can be considered three-dimensional in that some readers might consider being the protagonist and the antagonist at the same time. Even though there is some exaggeration and satires portrayed, it is done to enhance the subject with clarity.
All the principles involved are true to life, and the objective in “Depictions of Human Nature” is to present an exploitable problem-solving technique.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Penner was employed as a stenographer in the credit and collections department of a public utility company. During that time and subsequent years, she wrote short stories, mainly fiction.
This amounted to 50-plus years of writing based upon what she discerned, observed and learned, because the public was within her eye. While working full-time and at various part-time jobs, she mingled with an assortment of personalities.
She has used her diversified experiences in studying the problems and solutions relating to societal inequities.
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