Author Karen Eton’s new book “The Three Versions of the Chandelier Incident” is a collection of lighthearted essays recalling humorous events in the life of her family

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Recent release “The Three Versions of the Chandelier Incident” from Page Publishing author Karen Eton is a slim yet entertaining volume of poetry and prose celebrating with humor and grace the unpredictability and drama of life with young children.

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Karen Eton is a former career elementary school room mom for two now-grown sons currently residing with her husband in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has published her new book “The Three Versions of the Chandelier Incident”: a sweetly nostalgic memoir recalling the hilarious antics of her two young sons.

The author writes, “Anyone who has ever been part of a family, even for a pin tip’s point in time, will spot themselves in at least one incident of hilarious family moments in this collection. Whether the specifics of the tale are hermetically sealed in the family skeleton closet (oh, you know we all maintain one) or it has been trumpeted to the world, it makes everyone laugh. And we all know that a laugh a day keeps the doctor away! But more importantly, it makes that bitter pill of embarrassment easier to swallow.”

Published by Page Publishing, Karen Eton’s engrossing book is a personal and charming homage to parenthood.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Three Versions of the Chandelier Incident” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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