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Just the Facts by Ellen Sherman Book Review

 

Just the facts by ellen sherman _ Zainey Laney

It’s Novel Nerd!

I got the opportunity to read Just The Facts by Ellen Sherman through Book Sparks University.

The book itself started off slow for me. This is not the usual type of books I read, as I go more to thriller, mystery, scifi, chick-lit, or young adult. This one is definitely just in the fiction genre. The main character, Nora, is discovering herself and her life as a reporter. This books seems to lend itself to people who are familiar to the journalism world, as some things sort of went over my head in situations. However, it was an enjoyable read and not too long!

Just the Facts is available on AMAZON in kindle, and paperback formats. Not currently available on available on Google Play.

Available: Sep 8

Press Summary:

When English major Nora Plowright finds herself staring at college graduation as if at the edge of a cliff, she decides to become a newspaper reporter–and right away, she manages to get a job at a local paper (which you could still do in 1978). Although fearful by nature, Nora pursues a tip from a stranger and soon is investigating corruption at the Maryland State Highway Authority regarding the controversial placement of a new freeway. The developing scandal, with its shady “players,” tests both her budding reportorial skills and her appetite for danger. Also, her passion for storytelling makes it increasingly difficult for her to stick to the facts.

Humorous and poignant, Just the Facts is a coming-of-age novel about finding one’s way in the real world that will resonate with anyone who has struggled with figuring out what to do when she or he grows up.

Disclaimer; I received this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

Until Next Time:

Keep Calm and Stay Zainey _ Zainey Laney