Private Motion

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Story Synopsis

Themes of power and prejudice haunt the 50-year-old protagonist, Hudson Flowers, as she tries to make sense of the world around her. Undergoing a mid-life crisis, she questions the morality of the middle class and her entire upbringing. Sanity vs. insanity is another issue discussed in this compelling novel, when Hudson resorts to the imaginary world for escape. Her voices lead her on a cross-country flight, to stalking her favorite actress in New Orleans, and finally to a culmination of all her hopes and dreams.

Story Details

  • Genre(s): Erotica, Fantasy, LGBT
  • Tags: Love, Mid-life Crisis, New Orleans
  • Length: Novel
  • Content Rating: Adult Situations, Mild Sexual Content

About the Author

Born and bred in New York, J.J. migrated to Los Angeles, California soon after receiving her B.A. in English from Colgate University. She started her career as a legal proofreader and soon worked her way into a staff writer position for a private residential community’s pr vehicle where she wrote an entire magazine. She then moved to New York City where she got involved with freelance writing. There, J.J. was the New York correspondent for Hits Magazine, interviewing rock musicians and working for such record companies as Sony Music as well as smaller PR firms and independent labels. After tiring of the cold weather, J.J. relocated to South Florida and got her big break when she landed her dream job at Made E-Z Products, a business, legal, and financial self-help publisher. She worked her way up to senior editor and manager of acquisitions. She ghostwrote Successful Resumes, Last Will and Testament, and Incorporation. She was also responsible for all editing and proofreading in the firm.

The company was sold and disbanded. J.J. then put her energy into freelancing. She wrote record reviews for the Web, and got a freelance staff writer position at Today’s Caregiver. She also contributed to City Link Magazine, Success South Florida, The Independent. Pompano Times, Deerfield Times, The Express and The Observer. Tiring of the abundancy of hurricanes, she then migrated back to Southern California completing her own version of the Bermuda Triangle.

In Southern California, she labored for the Atlantic Publishing Company, writing two legal self-help books: Choosing the Right Legal Business Formation and How to Win in Traffic Court Without a Lawyer. She then acquired experience as a web content writer writing for Associated Content and parlayed it into gigs writing blogs and articles about dating, the LGBT lifestyle, sports, designer shoes, baby names, real estate, travel, baby products, sheets, law, motorcycles, relationships, and many other topics. She contributed to the Advocate Magazine and Twentysomething. She also edited four full-length books on a freelance basis on basketball, sales techniques, growing up in the South, and vampires.

J.J. has won an award for her fiction writing from Atlantic Magazine, and has also published a novel online, In and Out of the Dry Cleaners. Her poetry and short stories also appear on freestylevision.com, onerealstory.com, in Bareback Magazine and in Lesbian News.

J.J. currently lives in North Hollywood, California.

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