Book Of The Month January 2012: KD Harris & Bubbles “Playground 2”

DJGBC BOOK OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2012

AUTHOR K.D. HARRIS & MODEL BUBBLES “PLAYGROUND 2”

by Jeff Wilson on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 9:36pm

AUTHOR & MODEL BUBBLES

I’m a Jamaican-Italian cover model and proud 2x published author of #playground series my booking email is Bubblesthemodel@gmail.com

AUTHOR K.D. HARRIS

Author of the Poison Series and“I am a fox.”  (Miss Harris smiles) I mean my writing style is much like a fox in its nature.  It’s unexpected, it sneaks up on you, and I like it just like that.”  K.D. Harris is a 32 year old Delaware native, she attended Shaw University, and is a proud mother of two.  Don’t however allow this seemingly simple up bringing to fool you in anyway.  There is nothing simple or average about Ms. K.D. Harris or her literary works.  Which is why, it was no surprise when she on a whim, sent in her novel Poison to Cartel Productions and they signed her two weeks later.  Ms. Harris considers herself to be an extreme writer and she is absolutely right.  With the release of her newest novel Poison the world will soon be shocked, riveted, and blown away by the unexpected twist and turns found on each and every page of her book. Ms. Harris specializes in “Taboo Literature”, that’s right K.D. prides herself with being a writer unafraid to air the “dirty laundry” of life experiences.  However she offers life lessons to be learned for the decisions we make.  When asked how she plans on reinventing her writing style with time, she says “I am an extreme writer I always will be, but I don’t want to be stuck in one genre.  So look for me in the erotica section.” (We both share a laugh)  K.D. Harris is without the shadow of a doubt an awesome writer, who’s talent oozes form every page of her book.  Most importantly however she is a devoted mother.  K.D. says she never considered herself a writer although she always wrote.  “You know, I didn’t really believe in myself, but I pushed and did it, I wanted to show my babies to never be afraid to pursue your dreams, and now there is no looking back for me!”  K.D. Harris is a wonderful writer she’s cool down to earth, and for the first time in her life unafraid to be exactly what she is, a great writer.   But don’t take my word for it.

“PLAYGROUND 2” RELEASED DECEMBER 8, 2011

After the fall of the infamous playground,  the Hustlettes are back. No longer united, the girls have taken sides, and  things are about to get messy. DaRaya Fattykat Stevens is left with only Lo,  Fire, and new recruit Sparkles as Hustlettes. With Riyah doing her own thing and  Toryn in hiding, she sets out to recruit new girls. Everything seems good until  drug addiction, jealousy, deceit and murder are thrown in the mix. Fattykat then  realizes that the lack of females and the money she received from her insurance  claim is running low she needs another hustle to survive. In the midst of  attempting to keep her team tight, her nemesis Hontas resurfaces. Hontas throws  a huge Playground Reunion at the Chase Center featuring all of the Hustlettes  including Fattykat and her girls. Fattykat looks at the opportunity of more of a  blessing than a curse. She and Sparkle put a plan together to get hold of the  popular and lucrative drug Power which Hontas has full control of. Things get  out of control when Fattykat finds herself being the main course on the  Playgrounds menu . Sparks fly and things get out of hand leaving Fattykat with  huge price over her head. Knowing her only option is to flee she finds herself  putting her life in the hands in the last person she least expected…Riyah.  Playground 2 is the second installment of the trilogy.

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