Mia Moore Money -Steph. B

Book #2:

Title: Mia Moore Money


A modern day Mr.(Mrs.) Scrooge with a twist. A play off of Charles Dickens classic, The Christmas Carol. Miss Mia Moore is young, beautiful, successful and wealthy. This she knows which makes her superficial, conceded, and downright selfish. Not to mention she is a bit of a sexiest, (well she is). She has one goal, this money. Cut throat when it comes to business and a tyrant in love. Caught in a love triangle between the good boy vs. bad guy. One being a young man named Brian, aspiring actor + waiter = broke, & the other a married man; whom oddly favors her absent father. Daddy issues to the third degree. She is about to launch her new series of lingerie on Christmas Eve, a collection she calls “naughty or nice.” Ironically, she hates Christmas, but it’s good for the money. People like to spend money around the holidays and she likes to make it. Distorted life, Devastated by her present state, She falls asleep while watching the Christmas carol after drinking too much…coco!? Just to wake up to the ghost of Christmas past standing right in her living room- her father. If she doesn’t let go of the past she will never have a future with either of these men or any man for that matter.

This book touches base with everything from social stigmas, stereotypes, sexism, double standards, how daddy issues can affect grown women, self-discovery, love and life.

If sold all proceeds will go to Ayana’s Christmas Foundation,  which is a foundation I am establishing on behalf of my niece (Ayana) that enables children worldwide to have a great Christmas.



7 thoughts on “Mia Moore Money -Steph. B

  1. Mr. Wapojif says:

    Cool, I like it. Lampooning modern superficiality (in men and women) is a good idea, I don’t think enough writers/people are pointing out how materialistic and conceited many folks have become.

    Anyway, excuse me, I’m just going to take a Selfie of me gurning in front of a mirror.

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    • sbwritingsite says:

      (Lol) I love how you threw that last part in there. Thank you! I love how you understood my point exactly. This makes me happy on many levels, because I was worried about my book not being appealing to men as well. Although, it is about a woman this is something we can all learn from.

      Thanks for your feedback!

      -Steph B.

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