Phoenix, AZ, July 30, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Author Fred Petrovsky marks the 10-year anniversary of Bill Clinton’s impeachment by publishing a first-person account of the president’s affair with Monica Lewinsky in his novel, The Clinton Diaries (CreateSpace; ISBN: 1438215649; EAN-13: 9781438215648; July 31, 2008; $15.95; 205 pages).
From the day the president first kissed Monica Lewinsky on November 15, 1995, to his tragic downfall and public scandal, The Clinton Diaries brings the sensational headlines to startling life in the President’s imagined secret diary. In the novel, Clinton, obsessed and beleaguered, tells the story as only he can. Encounters in his private Oval Office study. Lying to Hillary. Crying with Chelsea. Playing self-righteous during marriage counseling. Angry when having his blood drawn. Remorseful when praying with clergy.
The novel is available exclusively on Amazon.com in both print and digital formats, or through the novel’s official website: www.TheClintonDiaries.com.
The Clinton Diaries is a work of fiction, satire and parody. The conversations between the characters are uniformly speculation and solely products of the author's imagination.
The author acknowledges the wealth of material upon which he has drawn inspiration, including the historical record and major printed works by and about the primary protagonists. The author acknowledges his debt to The Starr Report, the grand jury testimonies of the major players, and the accomplished reporting by the nation’s journalists.
Fred Petrovsky was born in 1958 in Memphis, Tennessee, and grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. He received his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. His other novels include Frank and Don’t Be Cruel.