(PRWEB) October 09, 2017
Troy McGovern has completed his new book “The Glass Is Half Empty”: a provocative collection of observations that invite self-reflection in the reader.
McGovern shares, “Many see the world through tainted eyes and misguided perceptions, handed down to them through misguided teachings. They are led to believe the world owes us something as its inhabitants. There’s a different view when we look behind the facade, the world becomes very pessimistic as opposed to optimistic. It’s within these views we learn the most about ourselves and the logistics of how life really works.”
This book, in its short confines, offers a glimpse into the reward of accepting fate for its worth, and what the majority choose to vanquish away from sight. Also incorporating a small dose of sarcasm, allows the reader to look inward upon their own thoughts, which most are afraid to admit to.
Within its verbal context and visual exploits, ‘The Glass is Half Empty’ offers an escape into a labyrinth of medial chaotic thoughts and visions, quickly expressed and eternally captured.
Troy concludes, “Hopefully, this brief jaunt into the darker side of perception takes you somewhere you have imagined, or feared to go within, or in some cases to those exceptional few, maybe a place you have yearned for escape…”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Troy McGovern’s thought-provoking book offers unique observations on life, fate, and acceptance.
Readers who wish to experience this unconventional work can purchase “The Glass Is Half Empty” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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