Press Release

Feb 15, 2022

Fulton Books author Clifton Wilks, a registered nurse for over 25 years, has completed his most recent book “Apologies, Are they Genuine?”: an intellectual discussion on the essence of apology. It shows how gender, culture, and language influence the apology process. It also touches on the psychological aspect of offering and accepting apologies. 

Wilks shares, “Apologies soothe the soul and is an acknowledgment that one party has been wronged and where the offending party is trying to right the wrong committed. Apologies have been made in an effort to revive a relationship, to placate the offended party, or to ease one’s conscience. Apologies must be genuine and acknowledge the wrong done by the one making the apology. Many apologies nowadays are done in the offices of public relations firms and lack substance and genuineness. These apologies are done merely to salvage a career without considering the offended party. This book will detail the many wrongs done and the effort or lack of effort made to right the wrongs. Nations, cities, towns, and individuals stand to accuse of these wrongs.”

Published by Fulton Books, Clifton Wilks’ book is a contemplative exposition that dissected the apologies that the nation, cities, and their citizens have used for the past hundreds of years. There’s also a part of this book that examines the differences and similarities between public and private apologies.

Truly a remarkable read.

Readers who wish to experience this edifying work can purchase “Apologies, Are they Genuine?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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