Mary B. Morrison, New York Times best-selling author also writes as HoneyB. Visit: www.MaryMorrison.com
Writing for both Kensington Publishing Corporation as Mary B. Morrison and Grand Central Publishing as HoneyB, Mary is at the top of the African-American fiction genre. In her novels, Mary addresses social and sexual issues that impacts relationships. Mary is pro-female empowerment and believes all women are worthy of sexual gratification and living their lives free from abuse.
Mary graduated from McDonogh 35 Senior High in New Orleans and received her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Vista (now Berkeley) Community College. She worked 18 years for the government. Earning nearly six-figures, Mary resigned from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development on June 3, 2000, and withdrew her retirement to self-publish her debut novel Soulmates Dissipate.
Mary hosts a monthly relationship venue called Tell It All Thursdays, a place where adults openly dialogue about relationships and sex. Mary created this venue because generations of African-Americans are suffering from physical, emotional, and sexual oppression and it's time to break the cycle. The venue is held in Oakland every third Thursdays.
Mary is available to host her Slumber Party and/or Tell It All Thursdays in your area. For more info, contact us.
In 2006, Mary sponsored an anthology publishing 33 students entitled Diverse Stories: From the Imaginations of Sixth Graders.
Mary was born in Aurora, Illinois, reared in New Orleans, Louisiana and currently resides in Oakland, California. Her wonderful son Jesse Byrd, Jr. attends the University of California at Santa Barbara.
When money isn't enough for Brooks Kennedy, Morgan Childs, Storm Dangerfield, and Hope Andrews, the women decide to take over the governor's house in...
THE RICH GIRLS' CLUB
California has never had a female governor and Morgan Childs is determined to change that with the help of her friends. Gathering the backing of the wealthiest women in California, she convinces her best friend, Brooks Kennedy, to run for governor.
Morgan's campaign strategy is nontraditional, but she knows her plan to sexually blackmail each of Brooks's opponents is virtually foolproof. Once she convinces the team of her tactics, they do whatever it takes to get incriminating evidence on Brooks's opponents.
One by one each candidate is forced to withdraw from the governor's race, and Morgan couldn't be happier, until someone attempts to kill Brooks. With so many enemies, Brooks has no idea who wants her dead.
When a secret is revealed, Morgan feels betrayed and will stop at nothing to get revenge. Now, Brooks doesn't know who to trust and the women stand to lose more than they bargained for.