Kiersten Hall will be appearing at the Preston Public Library on Thursday, March 9, for a book reading and signing. The event will be held at 7 p.m. and feature her newest book, “Corner Confessions: A Novel.”

Everyone has that one secret, that one skeleton in their closet, which will never see the light of day. No psychiatrist, priest, spouse or best friend will ever hear this secret, yet the urge to share this information can be found in most people’s natural psyche. People want to share their experience with others. They want to tell someone their deep, dark secret. Although this secret rides on the subconscious — scratching at the surface to be revealed, it’s most often too embarrassing, or horrifying or scandalous to share.

What better way to get that secret off the mind, and out of the closet than to tell someone who is a complete stranger? Someone who will not judge what has been said, and what has been done? This method is safe, anonymous and there is no accountability or judgment — and if there is, the keeper of the secret can simply walk away.

In “Corner Confessions,” readers will meet 14 individuals who have decided to clean at least one skeleton out of their closet by confiding in a complete stranger whom they meet at a local coffee shop. Unassuming and safe with no judgments passed, learn about these secrets first hand, as if you were a fly on the wall listening in during their confession.

About the Author

Kiersten Hall has been writing stories all her life — in her head. She is finally taking the time to put those stories down on paper for others to read. There are 11 other titles waiting in the files to be written with more ideas entering whenever something piques Hall’s vivid imagination. She is striving to release at least one book per year and is looking forward to sharing her stories with the world.

Last year’s visit to the Preston Public Library involved the reading of the “I Do” Memoir – humorous experiences shared from Hall’s more-than-15 years of being a professional wedding videographer. More information on that book can be found at