In review of this title, the National Writing Examiner finds it reminiscent of “The Twilight Zone” or the “Outer Limits” in as far as the back-stories of the ferrotype images shared at each chapter’s onset. The images set the stage for exceptionally surprising wordsmith elements, which Dr. Bill (as he likes to be called) delivers to readers. Each chapter also features leading quotes from Edgar Allan Poe, which depicts the stylus Bill Moorefield represents.
The publisher stated, “I have long had an interest in ferrotype or ‘tin’ photography, as a young girl I used to love getting them out of the family annals. The history, culture . . . the milieu of another world and time captured in this type of photography is fascinating. When Moorefield approached me with ‘TIN TALES,’ I was intrigued and told my team – we have to have this book on our shelf. The rest is history as they say.”
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