Book Spotlight: The Reunion

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Book Title: The Reunion
John R. Williams’ Website: www.theauthor.us

The Talking Points for Interviews
Point #1 –
The Reunion was written for anyone that has ever been in love or ever been nostalgic about the good old days. We all have stories from back in the day when we wore crazy hair styles, funny looking clothes and had high school sweethearts. My book will whisk you away and take you back in time to when life was simpler.

Point #2 – The Reunion also addresses the topic of change. It is all around us. Sometimes people change for the better other times that they change for the worst. Life’s circumstance, children, careers and hardship force us to dig deep into our core and find the very best in ourselves. Not everyone is up for the challenge. Some fail horribly at adulthood while others master the art or growing up. They get jobs, start families and tackle life. This dynamic has never ceased to surprise me. I am intrigued by the opportunity to illustrate this through my written work.

Point #3 – I am a big fan of eroticism, comedic and dramatic writing. To date there have only been a handful of authors that have been able to successfully mesh the three. My books will make you laugh, cry and quiver with an uncommon echelon of sexual uneasiness that can only be quenched by finishing the pages of my book. I want to create a total experience for my readers. In this age, sub par imagination and mediocre inventiveness is not rewarded. I intend to make an impact using this formula.

Point #4 – I was the product of a single parent home. I was born and raised in the city of Chicago . Growing up I faced hardship and learned how to survive the mean streets at an early age. On the converse side, I also discovered the beautiful elements of life. My edgy writing style stems from my life and experiences growing up in Chicago . I draw back to these experiences every time I write and use the good, the bad and the ugly to create a literary kaleidoscope that is as varied as my readers.

Storyline for The Reunion:

Sean Jiles was very popular at Kensor High School on Chicago’s Southside. His gifted writing ability, common sense and unwavering loyalty gained him lifelong friendships and a suitable following during his years there. After graduating, Sean moves to Dallas, Texas to attend college and pursue his dream of writing and directing stage plays.

While in college, Sean meets Eva Sparks, a sexy graduate student with attitude. They hit it off right away. Things start out fantastic but Sean soon realizes that Eva is more than he can handle. She is insecure, controlling, possessive and insanely jealous. She is a hot mess! In comparison, a far cry from Jade Brown, his high school sweetheart and true love from more than a decade ago.

Now a graduate, Sean has received $100,000 to produce his first major stage play. Between his career demands and problems with Eva, things are absolutely crazy! At the height of his dilemma, Sean receives an invitation to go back home and attend his 10-Year High School Class Reunion. This is great news!

Although Sean’s life is chaotic, he will attend. The reunion is sure to be the highlight of his summer. A vacation from Eva couldn’t have come at a better time. As exciting as it seems, Sean understands that the reunion will rehash tons of mixed emotions as well as force him to confront Eva and re-examine his failed love with Jade. Will Sean’s departure lead him to lost love or send his girlfriend Eva into one of the most frenzied fits of jealousy ever captured on paper? This book will not disappoint!


ISBN 13: 978-0-9818094- 4-1
ISBN 10: 0-9818094-4- 8

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