Barbie is a bad Girl.
She's had enough of being the epitome of perfection and although "she's the perfect girl living in the perfect world" Barbie is tired of it. This short story is about Barbie's plan to kidnap Ken by recruiting G.I. Joe to help her (okay, blackmail) Ken into stealing the original plans & mold from which Barbie was designed. She wants to destroy the mold, and force Ken to create something new so that current and future generations of young women will have a more realistic standard to live with.
This story is very tongue in cheek, and features some adult situations that tease and hopefully make the reader laugh. There is an element of sister rivalry in this twisted, dirty little tale of revenge: Barbie's sister Skipper appears, and Barbie's true feelings about her sister are revealed.
Barbie is a bad girl and she's keeping the good girl (Jenny Green) company in the most downloaded books category, and...
That's what a bad girl should do.
The "Dirty Amish Girl" Series is the Most Downloaded and Best Selling story in its category on Smashwords. Jenny Green is becoming more popular with each passing week as people discover this short story series about an Amish girl as she enters Rumspringa.
To achieve most downloaded and best selling status isn't an easy task considering a lot of the current contenders and place holders have been published or in the top five for more than 5 years.
Jenny Green is definitely the new girl on the block with being published less than 1 1/2 years ago. She has nudged out the former number one story that had been perched there for several years.
(Click on the image to read Jenny's story.)
The 'Dirty Amish Girl' series follows Jenny Green as she leaves her idyllic and peaceful countryside life and begins her adventure and exploration of the outside world and all of its temptations and freedoms she believes will give her a better life as opposed to the close knit, religious Amish culture she wants to escape when she enters Rumspringa.
The Dirty Amish Girl series is in the top ten (#5 & #6 as of 1/16/2021) in it's category on the popular e-book website: (Smashwords.) Both stories are moving toward the number one and two positions.
(Click on pictures or 'Smashwords' to read the stories.)
"New American Western" Is the winner in The Western Category for the 2019 I.P.A (Independent Press Award) in New York.
Sit back and poke at the fire while these cowboys and miners re-tell their stories of cagey women, crazy situations, and tricky encounters with all of the characters of the Old West that made it what it was: Wild.
New American Western is the new frontier in Western story telling, and creates its own standard with stories that are woven with a personal perspective. It's not about women needing to be rescued, or damsels falling in love with their Indian captors. The women in the New American stories don't need help ,but they do need to be approached with apprehension.
The women are dangerous, and the men that were fortunate enough to live another day have a few stories tell.
Drinking, fighting and dancing. It's all in here.
Ride safe cowboy.
(Click on the cover to be taken to Amazon for purchasing the book)
"Carried Away" is in the Top 5 in the category of Christian Romance, and it's also the third most downloaded book in Fiction (Young Adult/Teen-Chic-Lit), so it has gained appeal in two different categories which isn't an easy task for any story.
The short summary for "Carried Away":
Every rebel has a cause, and Carrie's is to escape her strict religious upbringing. She runs away after her eighteenth birthday to chase her dream of being a famous actress, but she eventually learns that her dreams collide with reality and she's left with only one decision: to return to the life she ran away from.
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