Terrible Omens: Happiness is the Other Way

Alane Gray (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Thinktorium, LLC
Publish Date
December 04, 2018
Pages
370
Dimensions
5.25 X 0.82 X 8.0 inches | 0.93 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781937258207
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About the Author

Alane Gray is a writer, chiropractor, and artist who lives in Eastern North Carolina. Early in life, she worked as a professional dancer and performer. Today, she is primarily a writer. Much of her recent work is focused on the nuances of human behavior, chaos theory, and quantum entanglement as they relate to interpersonal relationships, and the impact of chronic pain on the body, mind, and spirit. She is also passionate about a wide range of topics including dance, art, science, and philosophy, as well as the arcane, the mystical, and the macabre. Whenever she is not working, she can usually be found reading, searching for the perfect gluten-free bread recipe, or indulging in her moderate addiction to reality TV shows and horror movies. Terrible Omens is Alane Gray's first full-length original work.

Reviews

WINNER 2019 National Indie Excellence Award--New Adult Nonfiction Category

SILVER/2nd PLACE AWARD WINNER 2019 Feathered Quill Book Awards--Biography/Memoir Category

"wry, David Sedaris-style humor that will have readers laughing out loud...raw, fast-paced and darkly funny--a guilty pleasure that should appeal to the voyeur in us all. Like a smoldering train wreck, readers will find it hard to look away." BlueInk Review Starred Review

"I absolutely loved this...the plot was amazing - as if fiction joined up with non-fiction and made a perfect formula." Feathered Quill Book Awards Judges' Comments--Silver/2nd Place Award

"engrossing, sharp-edged" Kirkus Reviews

"Gray's writing style is unique...a blend of romantic comedy and zombie apocalypse thriller...reality and humor" Reader Views

"read like well-plotted fiction...poetic...a memoir of abuse and escape that is by turns humorous and tragic." Foreword Reviews