Snapshots of Fictionalized Facts

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This is a memoir. I am frequently asked why this title? I liked the idea of snapshots because this book is not told from start to finish. The memories are in no particular order, and I do move back and forth in time. Every event is true to the best of my knowledge, but they may be fictionalized due to my age at the time or due to the time that has elapsed.

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Review by: elaine t. jones on Jan. 30, 2012 :
Angie Kress has set the bar high in her first attempt at writing; 'Snapshots of Fictionalized Facts' is a superb read. Angie’s concept of describing life events through the random, yet focused, memories via the mind of a child is brilliant.
The author takes the reader on a candid and honest life journey: through the progression of thinking and understanding of a child; through the developmental perception of a teenager; concluding with the observation, discernment, and sensitivity of an adult.
'Snapshots of Fictionalized Facts' ultimately develops into the thinking of a strong adult with words of wisdom. What is not fiction is the fact that we all go through a personal evaluation of our own truth. Angie Kress has a written, in a wonderful and entertaining way, what is sure to be helpful to anyone seeking emotional reassurance in accepting their own reality. Or, it may just bring a smile to your face as you remember your perception of the events in your childhood… At any rate, you are bound to enjoy it – I did!!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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