“Call Numbers” is a Contemporary Literary workplace drama and the first of a series from former blogger and self-published author, Syntell Smith. Syntell looks to make a grand entrance into the world of literature with the debut book release that offers a unique, yet realistic perspective into some of the common social issues through the ordeals of a library clerk - Robin Walker.
Set in 1994 in New York City, “Call Numbers” is a workplace drama surrounding a divided staff in a library as Robin, a new hire attempts to fit in without taking sides. The story tackles a plethora of social issues including the struggle of traditionalism vs. favoritism, teen pregnancy, bullying, and racism. The multi-ensemble, multi-storyline story shows the creativity and ingenuity of the writer as he offers an amazing mix of drama, romance, and intrigue.
Syntell Smith crafts a modern-day classic about the trials and tribulations of adulthood through realistic dialogue and situations. The writer tells the story of Robin after being transferred downtown to the 58th Street Branch Library and his struggles to deal with his new colleagues and the issues surrounding his much-anticipated yet elusive personal and professional success.
“Call Numbers” has already started to receive accolades from different readers for its uniqueness, appealing to all ethnic demographics including African-American, Asian, Hispanic, and Jewish. “I absolutely enjoyed this book! From start to finish, I knew Robin would be my favorite no matter what. If you enjoy reading a book with diverse characters and real drama - read this book! The best part is that it all happens in one of my favorite places - the library!” says SLF Entertainment on Goodreads.com.
The book will be officially released Friday, June 21st, 2019 and is listed and will be distributed via Ingram Spark, Lulu, Draft2Digital, Nook Books, and Kindle Direct Publishing. It is also available in trade paperback and eBook formats for purchase on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Google Books, Brick and Mortar stores.
“Call Numbers” is currently available for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles, and Books2read.
Syntell Smith can be found on several social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.