Black Co-Authors Release New Fiction Novel “The Chameleon Judge”

Black Co-Authors “The Whisperer” (to remain anonymous) and Donna Earl aka The Urban Soap Opera Diva Release New Fiction Novel “The Chameleon Judge” A Story Filled With Mayhem, Murder and Sex! Available Now on!

What inspired you to write this book?

To defend the victim. Sexual Abuse/Molestation is a violation that was swept under the rug until recent years. The violation, however defined, leaves scars the victims have been left to deal with. One needs to understand the sexual violation is a sore that never heals. The scab comes and goes. We want this book to show for one victim, Jake Turner, how his sore remained open all his adult life and how it oozed, damnation, shame and how even after therapy, the sore could not be healed. Another inspiration is telling the story that despite having negative, dominating experiences one can still persevere and be a successful professional. Ultimately, getting the story told, using musing as therapy to deal with one’s past.

What would you like readers to take away from your book?

Would like the readers to understand sexual abuse leaves a stain of shame that is not easily erased. The scar of this violation cannot be eliminated with the word sorry or with financial payoff. It’s an everlasting noose that pulls tighter and tighter around the neck of the victim nearly cutting off the victim’s well-being. Additionally, we don’t want readers to feel or believe that all members of the LGTBQ Community are predators, this book is loosely based on the experiences of a real-life person who lived with them.

Book Price: $19.00

Available Now On Amazon –

About The Authors

“The Whisperer” (to remain anonymous)

Donna Earl aka The Urban Soap Opera Diva is originally from Chester, Pennsylvania, now residing in Washington, D.C. She received her education from Morgan State University as Kaplan University. She is the author of When I Close My Eyes and Eyes Wide Open.

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