Chicago, IL - (TBP) March 20, 2012 - Author Kersten L. Kelly dives deep into how pop culture, history, and social trends are linked through economic theory. She divulges opinionated explanations on current topics by incorporating economics into the equation. The book is entitled "ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy" and is written in as a narrative non-fiction.
The book is applicable and enjoyable for anyone that has ever purchased gas, idolized a professional athlete, or owes money on a student loan (which encompasses the vast majority of the population). It is a compilation of timely examples that show readers just how heavily economics influences their daily life. It will give readers a new perspective on how simple, normal activities have a much greater impact than what meets the eye.
"I took all of the topics I love--sports, pop culture, education, business, history, and sociology-and explained them through an economic lens. Anyone can embrace a better understanding of the choices they make every day. This book will help a reader do that," stated Kersten Kelly.
The book was published in March 2012 and is available in both paperback and eBook format on Amazon.com or through www.theeconomicsbook.com.
About the Author
Kersten L. Kelly is a self-published author of narrative non-fiction and semi-fiction books. She grew up in Munster, Indiana, and currently works in a sales role based out of Chicago, Illinois. She started writing at an early age and graduated from Indiana University with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Communication & Culture. She then went on to earn a Master’s in Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. She has a passion for learning, teaching, and writing as well as international travel in her spare time.
For more information about ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy, please visit www.theeconomicsbook.com or contact Talisman Book Publishing LLC at www.talismanbookpublishing.com.