The Vitae, A Rose Brashear Novella

The Vitae A Rose Brashear Novella Rose Brashear enjoys teaching anthropology as adjunct faculty at a Sacramento university while she completes her dissertation Or at least she does until a job announcement lands in her in box and she

  • Title: The Vitae, A Rose Brashear Novella
  • Author: Lesann Berry
  • ISBN: 9781939316066
  • Page: 314
  • Format: ebook
  • Rose Brashear enjoys teaching anthropology as adjunct faculty at a Sacramento university while she completes her dissertation Or, at least she does until a job announcement lands in her in box and she knows it s time to get serious about the future Between exploring historic mine sites and scrambling to teach undergrad courses, she s already stretched to the limit, but nRose Brashear enjoys teaching anthropology as adjunct faculty at a Sacramento university while she completes her dissertation Or, at least she does until a job announcement lands in her in box and she knows it s time to get serious about the future Between exploring historic mine sites and scrambling to teach undergrad courses, she s already stretched to the limit, but now she s got to prove she s the best candidate for full time employment Competition is fierce and Rose is about to discover the perfect position is hard to find.

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  • Lesann Berry

    Lesann writes contemporary and historical mystery and suspense, usually with paranormal events and a few romantic elements because life is boring without spooky stuff and warm bodies.

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  • This novella is unlike anything I’ve read before. Rose Brashear is an adjunct faculty member in anthropology while working on her PhD. Her primary desire is to finish her degree, obtain a good full-time teaching position at a university, and pursue the research she loves. Anyone who has spent time in academia will completely identify with this book—-the competition, the importance of having a good graduate advisor, and the difficulty of pursuing research in a field that has limited openings. [...]




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