Aubrielle Champagne’s New Book, ‘Forbidden Corners (The Open Mind)’, Is an Absorbing Read That Stimulates the Mind to Think Actively and Intellectually

Aubrielle Champagne, a competitive hockey player, and a passionate writer, has completed her most recent book, “Forbidden Corners (The Open Mind)”:  an engaging manuscript that shares analytical works and enriches the reading experience through informative yet creative ideas that reflect on readers thoughtfully afterward.
Champagne shares, “Forbidden Corners is to primarily engage the audience with out-of-the-box thinking with regards to analyzing literature. It’s to help students and others understand the analytical process. The majority of the texts are written in a college professional setting, which contemplates and analyzes ideas within texts. It’s to help writers understand the steps to take within the writing process while collecting thoughts. Typically, books are written to engage readers. On the other hand, this book is to enhance the academic reading experience with controversial ideas about different texts. Forbidden Corners interests young writers by providing examples of analytical work while also processing personal ideals.”
Published by Fulton Books, Aubrielle Champagne’s book is an engrossing material that contributes to a lasting effect in the mind about new learnings and recent discoveries, among others.
This book also prompts the development of the thinking process of earnest writers and readers alike in analyzing texts precisely and being more open-minded of the different ideas formed. In light of the growing knowledge of the world, this book carries with it a tremendous amount of historic and insightful wisdom.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “Forbidden Corners (The Open Mind)” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books