NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Please replace the release issued Feb. 12, 2018 with the following corrected version due to multiple revisions.
The corrected release reads:
TELL ME A STORY RELEASES “WHAT YOU DON’T SEE”:
A MOM’S TALE BRIDGING GAY AND STRAIGHT WORLDS
Tell Me a Story, a Los Angeles-based publishing company, will release “What You Don’t See,” Livi Hallahan’s debut novel about friendship, sexual fluidity, and building bridges between gay and straight worlds, May 1.
Hallahan, a former college lecturer in philosophy, lives in San Diego.
Publisher Todd Friedman describes “What You Don’t See,” set in Los Angeles and on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, as a story of an “elaborate” friendship.
“It follows a spirited PR executive at age 30 changing her life,” Friedman said, “transitioning to full-time mom and joining well-heeled women’s groups. That goes better than expected. But then she gets romantically entangled with another mom, and truth and deception collide in a complex world of subterfuge.
“The author shows that maybe gay and straight worlds aren’t so separate after all.”
As a new publisher, Tell Me a Story will also debut on May 1.
“We’re interested in culturally relevant fiction that veers deeply into interior lives,” Friedman said, “while venturing into literary exploration in the modernist tradition. This novel represents that. We want to share well-told stories that seek to show the lesser-known paths some take while attempting to solve the same universal concerns we all have. It’s part of what bridges seemingly disparate worlds.
“‘What You Don’t See’ and Tell Me a Story Publishing look to give voice to the human condition, connecting readers around the world in a literary forum and cultural discussion.”
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