My Favorite Authors
Introducing Kasper Beaumont
Introducing Blaze McRob
Introducing Rhonda Y. C. Johnson
Big Bully; published 2015… is Corporate Fiction centered on a male director who works for a cosmetics manufacture under two women who put his leadership skills to a serious test. He must retain newly hired diverse employees-at all cost-leading to friction in his department. Threats…complaints…intimidation…scuffles…sabotage…the Ombudsmen stepping in… and then one day arrived the Big Bully.
Lock Box; published 2013… is a Paranormal Mystery centered on Daddy Curtis Cummins who has been zapped from an ethereal existence (in the form of a living cell) to save his darling daughter from a belligerent environment on earth, putting this dazed and crazed daddy’s parenting skills to a serious test.
Double Dare; published 2012… is Women’s Chic Lit Fiction centered around best friends Mona and Phyllis, two married women who step out of their humdrum lives to enjoy an innocent day catching a show on Broadway, all to end up, one hilarious misadventure after the next, staring in an independent film.
Introducing Robert Germaux
Introducing Virginia Gray
The Interview: You will love Susan Wade. She’s a goddess of business, woman of mystery, ruler of the free world…if she can land a job. A real one. Like, one that pays! With graduation looming, Susan Wade’s job prospects are bleak. Following her semi-boyfriend to the bowels of Texas or managing a dilapidated diner are her only options until she’s unexpectedly offered the interview of a lifetime. But when a corporate shark challenges her integrity, will she blow her chance at this dream job or swallow her ego? Find out in this hilarious comedy, rife with psychotic roommates, questionable fashion choices, and an epic search for the perfect cup of coffee.
The Carrot: Sometimes what you want isn’t exactly what you need. Susan’s life is perfect. Perfect image, perfect city, perfect boyfriend. But when her boss dangles the perfect promotion in front of her, she leaps for it and lands in the worst place she can imagine: Home.