Recent release “Surveys and Scams: A Chronicle of American Life” from Page Publishing author Kirk Andersen is a thought-provoking book of short stories offering a glimpse of unforgettably ordinary characters navigating the challenges and vicissitudes of the modern human experience.
Kirk Andersen, a longtime Tennessee resident who served a two-year stint in the US Army, studied journalism at the University of Tennessee Knoxville before dropping out, and presently lives with his autistic brother, and the author’s collection of eight hundred board games, has completed his new book “Surveys and Scams: A Chronicle of American Life”: a compelling work of realistic fiction.
“The book is a telling of the work-a-day dreary lives of Americans: wards of the state, small-time money-grubbers, high school pranksters, simpleton geniuses—the ones nullified and canceled by their culture, society, and country—the ones affected by the political climates of the day only wanting to achieve some form of happiness and stability in their lives. They search for it in the various corners and niches their society has left for them and discover the interesting surprises that lay there. It is a chronicle of American life and the surveys and scams that go along with it.
In Kirk Andersen’s second book, he has written what he feels are slices of American life. Stories that portray normal people and their experiences in modern America. The stories could be looked upon as social justice literature but are really just a narrative of the way things are or could be.”
Published by Page Publishing, Kirk Andersen’s engrossing book offers a poignant commentary on modern American life for avid short story readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Surveys and Scams: A Chronicle of American Life” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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