Annell St. Charles Signs/Discusses "The Things Left Unsaid"

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Annell St. Charles Signs/Discusses "The Things Left Unsaid"
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Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt University says
Local author discusses and signs her two novels of Nashville, "The Things Left Unsaid" and "the Choices We Make."

"The Things Left Unsaid"

Georgia Ayres is a fledgling reporter fresh out of high school when she joins the staff of one of Nashville's two competing newspapers. While she expects her job to be rife with challenges, given her age and gender, she never dreamed it would also be full of uncertainty and intrigue that revolves around a mysterious man, an elderly woman, and a turn of events that could shake the local newspaper scene to its core. As she attempts to weave her way through a maze of apparent conspiracy that stretches into the local political scene and may result in the closure of one of the two Nashville papers, she also finds herself on a journey of the heart that forces her to look deep into herself. This is a story about how fear can keep us from expressing our deepest feelings to those we care about, and how friendship, regardless of how unexpected it may appear, can help us find our voice.

"The Choices We Make"

Change is not easy for Julie Travers. So when her family decides to move from Cincinnati to Nashville she finds herself struggling to find her balance. Making friends with Georgia Ayres helps, as does the wise advice of a local therapist. But when a strange cast of characters starts showing up where she works spinning a web of intrigue that could threaten those closest to her she is forced to let go of the illusion of control that she has come to depend on. Set in Nashville in the 60s and 70s, this is a story about the importance of listening to our inner voice when we are faced with making choices that will shape our lives. It is the sequel to "The Things Left Unsaid."
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By: Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt University

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