Oct 19, 2014
A possible gateway level Ebola outbreak event for the United States occurred at over 20,000 feet above the earth when billionaire businessman, Brad Johnson hired a young woman named Grace along with two of her friends to entertain Chad and nine other...
Mar 25, 2014
Tasha Johnson and Latavia Taylor lived in a secluded area in southern Dallas until two new neighbors built homes adjacent to theirs.
Feb 24, 2014
“She’s Pretty For A Dark Skinned Girl” was just one of the things Tanesha Green heard said about her when she was growing up.
Jan 08, 2014
Alan Larson moved into the age restricted community of Blissful Boulders and lit a sexual fire in some of the fifty-five year old plus single women residents. Alan creatively used his collection of plaid ties to lead women to new sexual territory.
Dec 07, 2013
There has long been a prediction that one day we would wake up and find that our every movement was being tracked by some pervasive government spawned system.
Nov 28, 2013
Tamesha Green is determined to make sure that she and her child are taken care of even if it means dancing at a strip club is one of the multiple jobs she holds down to make ends meet. Betrayal, judgment and pain are obstacles Tamesha must overcome.
Aug 13, 2013
Confessions Of A Single Black Woman – Released - Kendra Henson is a twenty-eight year old independent professional black woman fed up and frustrated with the state of her relationships with black men and she decides she won’t accept it anymore.
Aug 05, 2013
The follow up to the highly reviewed Ratchet Woman is Ratchet Woman 2 - Tameka’s Turmoil is released and available on Amazon.com. To know the whole story get the original Ratchet Woman or get both with the release of the combined Ratchet Woman 1&2.
Jul 16, 2013
Zimmerman Not Guilty - Trayvon Dead – How It Feels – explores the gut punch emotions of the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman murder trial of teenager Trayvon Martin.
Jun 24, 2013
Book Express Publishing introduces Microwave Fiction – Quick Hot Done for readers on the move. Microwave fiction is written to be read by individuals moving at a fast pace and fits in with the multitasking society we live in today.