Perth, Australia, May 28, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Young author Lily Seabrooke wanted to write and publish a book within a short space of time, while incorporating content that was interesting and educational. She has found a solution. Lexemes is a 192 page anthology of essays and creative writing pieces written on a vast range of topics, which include politics, ancient history, english literature, philosophy, and society.
Examples of works reviewed include: Herodotus: The Histories; Virgina Woolf: To the Lighthouse; and Michael Ondaatje: The English Patient. The book also examines hotly debated topics such as capital punishment, abortion, and international politics. Lexemes aims to provide informative and entertaining articles from both an academic and personal perspective. Ever wanted to learn something new? To think about something different, for a change? This is where you start.
Lexemes: Anthology is available for purchase at Lulu.com, the world's leading service provider for publishing print-on-demand books, at : www.lulu.com/content/2370194. It is also available through search and browse at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com, ISBN: 978-1-4092-0396-4. The proposed Retail Price is $11.50.
About the Author:
Lily Seabrooke has won an award in the West Australian Young Writers Contest 2007, and has also been published in the small poetry magazine Primo Lux in 2007. This is her first book. She is currently in her first year of study at university and writes only on a part-time basis.
Lily Seabrooke, Author
Tel: (08) 93854838
Mail: 27 Leake St. Peppermint Grove, W.A. 6011.