Mia Nickole Rose is a beautiful, full-figured, witty, aspiring songstress who feels stuck in her unfulfilling life. A struggling artist in Washington D.C.’s metropolitan area desperate to make ends meet, Mia’s life spirals horrifyingly out of control, deep into a world of insanity and murder when she is invited to a party that she will never forget. She is offered an ultimatum and, in exchange for her life, takes on a job working for a serial killer hell-bent on vengeance. Mia’s struggles with her finances and self-esteem become minute, while she focuses to stay sane, unharmed and alive.
Mia’s new “employer” will stop at nothing to keep her in his grasp. While the soundtrack of her li! fe plays in the background, Mia is forced to distance herself from family, friends and even the love of her life in order to protect them from her hidden secrets.
Fat Kills is a must-read which will leave its audience astonished, angry and afraid. Yes, very afraid…
K.Reid is a native of Washington D.C but was raised primarily in Kettering, a small enclave in Maryland’s Prince George’s County. She graduated from Suitland High School and then went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from Howard University. Currently, she is pursuing her master’s degree in Organizational Communications at Bowie State University. A local girl, through and through, K.Reid enjoys rooting for her favorite sports team, the Washington Redskins. Additional! ly, her hobbies include watching political commentary, listening to music and reading. Some of her favorite writers and inspirations include Anita Shreve, J.K. Rowling, V.C. Andrews, Sister Souljah and Dan Brown.
K.Reid is currently pursuing several endeavors which include singing, music production, acting, screenwriting and directing. Fat Kills is her first novel. An entrepreneur at heart, she is the CEO of K.Reid Productions and is the co-founder of Transcend. Event Management & Consulting.
Every WednesdJ.M. Benjamin is a successful entrepreneur and motivational speaker from Plainfield, New Jersey. He is the author of the of the Essence Best Seller Ride Or Die Chick, Award Winning author of Down In the Dirty, My Manz and Em, On The Run With Love, Ride Or Die Chick 2 and a co-author of the non-fiction motivational book From Incarceration 2 Incorporation. He quickly made his presence felt in the fast growing genre of Urban Literature after the completion of his incarceration. Ironically, having spent more than half his life in the streets and a substantial amount of time in prison, J.M. Benjamin’s only credential as a street tale story teller is simply his own first hand experience and knowledge of what the street life consists of.
“I was in the Game wholeheartedly, since I was 12 years old, and throughout that time I survived near death experiences and escaped prison as being my permanent place of residency. For that I am blessed. Those are just two out of many things that inspire and motivate me to write, And if my stories save at least one person’s life, whether it be death or imprisonment, or cause them to change their game plan, then my work is serving it’s purpose,” he says when interviewed by The New York Times and The Courier News newspapers.
J.M. is also a motivational speaker, mentor and activist within his community. He shares his experiences and knowledge of the streets as well as how writing was and continues to be his outlet at various high and junior schools, colleges, probation and religious programs for the youth, institutions and re-entry programs for ex- and incarcerated men and women, and urban communities throughout his travels, in hopes to make a difference.
He is the owner of A New Quality Publishing and publisher of the urban novels Back Stabbers by Nyema and Have You Ever…? By FiFi Cureton. Mr. Benjamin has also contributed to several urban anthologies and has received numerous of awards and accolades for his accomplishments and his contribution to his community. J.M. is also the owner of A New Quality Literary Lounge & Boutique downtown in his hometown of Plainfield where he still resides.
For more info on J.M. go to; anewqualitypublishing.com or facebook.com/jmbenjamin.author
Synopsis: J.M. Benjamin Presents…
Heaven & Earth By J.M. Benjamin
The Columbians had Pablo Escobar…The Cubans had Scarface…The Italians had John Gotti…And the Brothers had Bumpy Johnson…But what about the Sisters?
Meet the female Nino Brown and Gee Money, only these two really are their sister’s keeper.
New Brunswick, New Jersey native Heavenly Jacobs inherited her beauty and street smarts honestly. Father a top notch go getter, mother a grade “A” dime piece. After tragedy strikes her home her only means of survival is to rely on what she acquired from them both. Her choice to ride for the wrong man ultimately lands her in prison where she is forced to re-strategize her game plan.
Eartha Davis is not your average female. Her eyes as well as her body were exposed to more then they were ready for at a young age. Between her mother, who was a bonafide gangster that loved young pretty females, and the streets of Plainfield, New Jersey, it was hard for her not to fall victim to and embrace all that was going on around her. Her crave for the streets, violence, and women all contributed to her imprisonment in Edna Mahan Correctional Facility.
As fate would have it, these two females are thrown together, in which they form a bond that is un-breakable and spills over into streets. Seeing that everybody got fat while they starved, they put together a team of female hustlers that got all men in the game on edge.
Jealousy, envy, ego’s, and pride all come into play unraveling beef between male and female that is far from being a game. Will the brothers sustain? Or will they succumb to the wrath of Heaven & Earth?
N’Tyse is a Dallas, Texas native and best selling author of My Secrets Your Lies. While N’Tyse, pronounced entice, spells out exotic seduction, the true significance behind her name takes on an entire new meaning. Never Tell Your Secrets is the hidden message N’Tyse envelops within her stimulating taboo tales. Go beyond the pages and satisfy your curiosity.
STUD PRINCESS, NOTORIOUS VENDETTAS
Chyna’s back, and this time she’s bringing the entourage. While still on a murder mission hunt for the crooked lawyer that double-crossed her uncle, the latest addition to the family brings her one step closer to that sweet revenge. This ruthless queen-pin owns the day and the night. Mother Nature herself can’t interrupt her cash flow. But when bad calls are made and her chief female “escort” goes missing, it’s time to set things off.
Sand and Rene can admit that they haven’t always been honest with one another, but are they ready ! to forgive and forget? When they each find themselves being blackmailed into working for Chyna, it’s no coincidence. They go against the grain to prove their love for one another, bearing in mind whose turf they’re treading on. An unrelenting thirst for notorious revenge has Chyna, Sand, and Rene, riding out, hanging low, and staking out their highest claims yet.
Excerpt from Stud Princess, Notorious Vendettas
Rene gauged the look in Sand’s eyes. She wasn’t getting a good vibe. She changed positions, crawled over the thick bedspread and made her way to the opposite end of the bed. “What’s wrong?”
“Rene, I think I’m wanted. But I swear to you, on my mama’s grave, that I ain’t kill nobody.”
Rene just listened, allowed Sand to talk without interruption.
Sand looked her woman straight in the eyes, her morning glow so inviting. “Baby, I cheated on you. More than once. More than twice,” she willingly admitted. “I fucked up. Big time. But I didn’t kill that damn girl. I didn’t,” she kept saying. Her pleading eyes wanted more from Rene than what she was offering. “Bae, you listening to me?” Sand asked unsure. “I said I’m wanted for murder.”
Rene eased off the bed. She had heard from Sand’s mouth, all she needed to hear. “Sand, I know all about Jasmine.”
Sand was taken aback. “What?”
“I said,” Rene allowed that jealousness to hang off her lips. “I know all about her. Y’all’s relationship—”
“It wasn’t a relationship,” Sand corrected.
“The threesome. I know about it all.” Rene could barely look at Sand anymore as her attention wandered around the room. “Why, Sand?” she asked, looking her in the face. “Were you ever going to tell me, or were you going to wait until I had to hear it from somewhere else?”
As Sand sat on the edge of the bed, totally confused, she could only bring herself to ask Rene one question, a question that didn’t even matter. “Who told you?”
Rene folded her arms, switching her weight from one leg to the other. She wanted to tell Sand about the night Vincent had come over. About June Bug raping her. About the earring the detectives found in their apartment that belonged to the dead woman—but where would she begin? There was so much Sand didn’t know about. So much that Rene wished she could just leave in the past and never have to hear about again. “It doesn’t matter who told me. Because I trusted you!” Rene pulled back the strands of hair that fell in her face.
“Like I trusted you! So don’t flip this around on me when you know damn well you were out there doing the same thing I was! At least I didn’t cross the damn line! A man, Rene? You know how that shit made me feel? Made me look? So what have I been all this time, huh?” Sand asked seriously, getting everything off her chest. “An experiment?”
Rene stood there in shock. Sand was making this all about her again. “You know that’s not true. I loved you dammitt! I changed who I was for you and you weren’t even there for me!”
Rene glanced around the small stuffy room before finding the courage to carry on. “You were always running around with your friends, always drinking, smoking, partying, and coming in all times of night like you didn’t have a woman at home. Now how do you think I felt? People laughing at me, talking about me,” she fired back. “What in the hell was I supposed to think?”
“I was working on my club and trying to make a living, for both of us! You know that. And fuck Shun!” Sand spat as Rene’s comment sank in. She knew those were the people Rene was talking about. “If you didn’t keep her in our business all the damn time, she wouldn’t have shit to laugh and gossip about. So you blame that shit on you.”
“But I needed you. I was going through something that I couldn’t fight alone and you weren’t there,” Rene said softly as that pent-up anger drenched her cheeks. She wanted Sand to know how trying their relationship had been for her and how she struggled to bring herself to terms with her sexuality. “I didn’t know if I was gay, straight, bi, or what. All I knew was that I was in love, with you.”
Sand stood up, waiting a few minutes before she said anything. All those labels didn’t mean shit to her, but it was obvious that they did to Rene. “I’m sorry,” she whispered. She moved closer to claim the woman who was meant to be hers. She held out her hands and wiped the tears from her eyes. “I never meant to hurt you,” she said. “I know I fucked up. I’m knowing
this. And I hate I took you through all that.”
Rene nestled her head against Sand’s chest.
“Look at me,” Sand said. “I’m going to prove to you that this shit we got, this right here,” she said, pointing her finger between them, “is real. And I swear to you from this moment on, you will never have to worry about me not being there for you again. Because I’m right here, baby.” She kissed the top of Rene’s left hand, every last one of her fingers, and then the inside of her palm. “And I don’t plan on going no motherfucking where.” She planted the last kiss on her salty wet lips ….. To be continued. Order TODAY! www.amazon.com
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Divorced Mother of three, Detroiter, Sylvia Hubbard, is not only an award winning best selling author of over 28 books, but also founder of one of Michigan's largest interactive literary community, The Motown Writers Network/The Michigan Literary Network.
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