Author Jacquie Abram and Her Daughters Launch a Compelling Debut Novel ‘Hush Money’

In March 2021, writer Jacquie Abram and her daughters, Deborah and Delilah Harris, formally launched their compelling debut novel, HUSH MONEY: How One Lady Proved Systemic Racism in her Office and Stored her Job, the primary in a deliberate sequence. The authors hope that their work will assist readers unpack the deep roots of office racism and perceive how microaggressions can manifest to create a hostile atmosphere for marginalized staff.

HUSH MONEY follows protagonist Ebony’s wrestle to seize the elusive American Dream regardless of poverty and a scarcity of alternative. Lastly, Ebony will get a break when she’s employed as a part of a good group. She thinks this could possibly be her probability to go away dead-end jobs behind. However her hope quickly turns to horror when she encounters systemic racism in her office and people round her appear content material to look at as she’s stripped of her dignity, confidence, and power. Earlier than lengthy, she’s left with three not possible decisions: struggling in silence to maintain her job, resigning to maintain her sanity, or ready to be unjustly fired. Or is there a fourth path? And if there’s, does Ebony have the power to comply with it?

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Though fictional, HUSH MONEY was impressed by true occasions and incorporates highly effective classes for victims of racism and administration groups alike. For the previous, this ebook is an uplifting story that proves the resilience of so many within the face of discrimination. For the latter, it’s a information to confronting bias, understanding the covert elements of modern-day racism in an actual means, and utilizing the information gained to stop racism within the office and domesticate various groups.

Since its preliminary launch, HUSH MONEY has continued to obtain glowing critiques from all kinds of readers. The themes of self-empowerment and uplifting Black voices within the office has resonated with Black and Brown communities as phrase of HUSH MONEY spreads like wildfire. When requested to touch upon her work, writer Jacquie Abram mirrored, “I’m fighting racism one book at a time because racist police kill us in our communities and racist managers and HR professionals kill our careers in the workplace.”

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Jennifer Ibiam of Readers’ Favourite describes HUSH MONEY as an “explosive novel” that evokes “a cocktail of emotions.” Others famous that the authors aren’t afraid of tackling powerful points and don’t pull punches in terms of showcasing the racism that’s ingrained in so many workplaces. One reader went as far as to say that HUSH MONEY made them “sick to [their] stomach thinking about how many people must be living with some or all of the atrocities mentioned in” HUSH MONEY.

HUSH MONEY: How One Lady Proved Systemic Racism in her Office and Stored her Job is out there for buy on or wherever books are bought. The sequel, Hush Cash: The Value of Being Black in Company America, is out there for pre-order with an anticipated launch date of September 1, 2021.

Jacquie Abram is an writer, a single mom of two, a sufferer of racial discrimination, and an antiracism marketing consultant who attracts upon her experiences, and the experiences of her daughters and others, so as to add depth to her writing. She started her journey as a author after her personal experiences with racism within the office almost broke her, she watched her daughters struggling the identical destiny, and the brutal homicide of George Floyd left her traumatized. As conversations about systemic racism and anti-Blackness swept the nation, Abram picked up her pen so as to add to the dialog in a optimistic, artistic means.

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