If you read my previous post, you will know I am taking some time this month to organize my filing system (a task I truly despise, but must do before my office gets so out of control that no hope for organization remains).
During the process, old articles pop up in dusty files, and sometimes the discoveries are fun. For example, I found a review of a book I wrote nearly two decades (yes, two decades!) ago. Time does fly, doesn't it?
If you would like a copy of the book, let me know and I will send one to the first ten people in the US who request Triversity Fantasy; just send me an e-mail with your snail mail address.
Excerpt from the review titled "A tale to beat bias":
There is trouble in Triversity.
Animals and humans fight, bite, judge and act arrogant—much the same as in the real world.
But this isn't real, it's a whimsical land created by former Modestan Stephanie West Allen in "Triversity Fantasy, Seven Keys to Unlock Prejudice," (KiteShade Publishing, $14.95).
The book recently hit the No. I business paperback spot in The Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News, only one month after publication.
"It's a very strange book to classify," said Allen, a teacher/lawyer who lives in Colorado. "Basically it