Title: Ex Parte – Episodes of Existential Fiction
Author: Sheli Ellsworth
Published Date: April 21st 2016
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Ex Parte is a 26 chapter, 163 page diverse collection that ushers the literary reader on a whirlwind of exploits. Written through the eyes of both the honorable and ignominious, Ellsworth explored the world with optimistic verism. Cover image by artist Marjorie Loori-Moore and chapter sketches by George Robertson.
Ms. Ellsworth’s writing is witty and creative. Titles like Mittens, Mama and Mashed Potatoes are intriguing. I was particularly enamored with the essay titled Lunch Date. I loved how it unfolded so organically!
Ex Parte can be read here and there–a little at a time—without losing track of a story line since each essay is self-contained. I enjoyed being able to skip around, reading whatever caught my eye when I had a chance to read.
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