Have you ever watched a real estate investment infomercial and wondered if you should order the valuable information? Read HOUSES OF CARDS first! In 1995, in Akron Ohio, Jennifer is under the influence of late-night gurus promising wealth beyond her wildest expectations. Together with her husband, Tim, and son, Nathan, they embark on an unforgettable adventure. The first house cost only $6,500--charged to their credit cards. Spanning eight years and twelve house revations the family learns the cost of pursuing their dream. They encounter outrageous tenants, unimaginable filth, clogged toilets and Emergency room visits. HOUSES OF CARDS will appeal to men and women--anyone who's been tempted by real estate, investment-infomercials--anyone who can identify with the frustrations of home revations. Warning: This vel contains profanity, sex, laughter and tears. Check out www.housesofcards.com to view photos and preview chapters. Silver Medal Winner in Independent Publishers Book Awards 2010
Pamela Frost lives in Medina Ohio. She owns and manages rental property in Akron, which is the basis for her debut novel HOUSES OF CARDS. Her heartwarming story, THE SHOEBOX, appears in Cup of Comfort for Mothers and Daughters published by Adams Media. You'll find the entire catalog of Cup of Comfort books at www.cupofcomfort.com. To experience her diverse writing talents you can also read her short story entitled BLACKJACK on www.moxiemag.com in the whatthehell section. Pamela is a member of the International Women's Writers Group and the Medina County Writers Club. She credits her growth as a writer to these fine organizations.