Author Tina Chaulk Receives Stellar Review from The Telegram

Telegram reviewer Joan Sullivan had some great things to say about Tina Chaulk’s sophomore novel, A Few Kinds of Wrong, including:

“A Few Kinds of Wrong is Tina Chaulk’s second novel, and it is a great followup to This Much is True. The two books have some elements in common, including an accessible story with a believable and likeable heroine, but this narrative also shifts into broader perspectives and deeper dilemmas.”

“It is good solid stuff with unexpected yet authentic twists, and people you are interested in. A book like this is why people read.”

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BREAKWATER RELEASES AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR TINA CHAULK’S SECOND NOVEL, A FEW KINDS OF WRONG

AFKOW-frontcvr-WEB“Gut-painful and gut-funny, A Few Kinds of Wrong takes us down a journey of loss, deception, self-destruction and love. Chaulk writes deftly of the hilarity and pathos of being human, of faults and failures, of suffering and joy. Palpable characters and solid storytelling.
-Michelle Butler Hallett, author of Double-blind and Sky Waves

“I enjoyed A Few Kinds of Wrong, a book that engages the reader in a subject rarely treated in modern fiction — the shattering, unreasoned grief of a daughter when her beloved father dies. Tina Chaulk has a talent for getting inside the always quirky and often perverse sensibility of her protagonist, a young woman coming to terms with flawed memories, misunderstood relationships and a reinterpretation of family history.”
-Bernice Morgan, award-winning author of Cloud of Bone and Random Passage

Mechanic Jennifer Collins is a woman in a man’s world, but since her father’s sudden death her world has been falling apart. Now she’s in a losing battle, risking everything to cling to the past while everyone else moves forward.

In A Few Kinds of Wrong, Tina Chaulk takes us into the garage and tells the poignant story of Jennifer, her pain, her loves, and her coming to terms with reality. Above all, this story reminds us that memories – those one cannot forget and others one battles to hold onto – can never be controlled.

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