Many Americans are so enthralled in their own careers and lifestyles that they are incapable of placing themselves in the shoes of others.
Simpsonville, SC (PRWEB) January 05, 2014
Moments are often experienced on a topical level without questioning the thoughts and psychology behind actions.
Former communications professor, Dr. Constance Colon-Jones, has written a novel titled “Storytelling” that approaches life experiences from a mental and visual reading perspective. The book expresses these elements through detailed descriptors about multiple types of people and professions.
“Many Americans are so enthralled in their own careers and lifestyles that they are incapable of placing themselves in the shoes of others,” Colon-Jones said. “'Storytelling' allows them to live vicariously through others and imagine the thoughts and actions of an alternative lifestyle.”
Dr. Colon-Jones vividly describes what those in certain occupations and lifestyles hear, feel, think and experience. The book sets the scene for the reader to visualize what it is like to be in a profession such as artists, businesswomen and even musicians.
“From beginning to end, “Storytelling” consciously and methodically analyzes all walks of life,” Colon-Jones said.
By Dr. Constance Colon-Jones
Available at: Amazon, AuthorHouse and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author
Dr Constance Colon-Jones is from Simpsonville, SC. She has a Language & Communication Institutional Doctorate and completed a MEd (English Linguistics & Educational Foundations) in 1988. She has a wide array of experiences in the fields of research and publication. Several of her works have already been published within different medias. During her time in the academe, the author taught seven accredited courses; designed, developed, and implemented two other accredited courses; and a language laboratory. She also guided Master's degree level instructors and tutors.