Those who expressed interest in the auction results will be pleased to know that the winning bid was submitted by a long-time minion who is now trying to come up with an explanation for a new-found interest in juvenile diabetes research before their spouse sees the next credit card bill. Though the query and opening for the novel haven't appeared here (yet), the author is responsible for one Q & A, and almost 20 Guess the Plots, including:
Sugar Bowl: With the town’s only bowling alley brothel threatened with foreclosure, the girls take matters into their own hands to raise the money – the hard way.
Fear Sweeney: Another wasted day of cabbage and Guinness at the pub. It was time to stop feeling sorry for himself and head for the farting contest.
Stephanie Steps Up: Bored with her tiresome literary agent husband, Stephanie decides to splurge on a depilatory regimen and try to bag a New York book editor.
Prophecy’s Sons: This eighth volume in the Prophecy Jackson decalogy finds him babysitting his six sons while his wife attends the annual convention of their fathers.
Of Gods and Men: Men use the Golden Flagon to outwit the Gods in a colossal battle for the women; the Gods say they’ll just make more.
Above the Shimmering Sky: Three desperate men and a love-starved camel set off on an impossible quest beneath the burning sands of a world turned upside-down.
The Mommy Club: Bludgeons peddled by a mysterious stranger are being snapped up quicker than Volvo SUVs by the young-mother crowd, but are the results too good to be true?
Fractured Veil: Hidden for years behind her concrete veil, Aisha’s world is rocked when she slips and falls – and Abdulrahman is there to pick up the pieces.
Murder 101: Introduction to Death: Belinda wants to take “Murder 345: Icepicks”, but she’s missing a prerequisite. Will they waive it if she kills the Albanian groutman who’s been servicing her?
Duty Boy: A first-person, present tense saga of toilet-training told by a three-and-a-half year old boy under enormous pressure.
Scarabaeus: Can Sarah Ashworth of the Newport Ashworths ever find true happiness amidst a swarm of in-laws and a dung beetle who thinks he’s god almighty?
Sleepwalking: Caught in the boat house with the new French maid, buck-naked except for his rubber horsey head, Boone needed a story and needed it fast.