Backroom Confessions is the compelling tale of five devoted social workers brought together to assist those in need. The fab five quickly realize that within the walls of the backroom lie infinite answers, plentiful problems, and scandalous skeletons. Despite their affinity for helping others, each have their struggles and demons to exorcise. Their often-candid backroom sessions commonly cause clash, camaraderie, connivance, cheerfulness, curiosity, and mass-confusion.
As the lives of these office professionals intertwine, their journey together will take you on a thrilling expedition, including love, lust, embarrassment, backstabbing, infidelity, hilarity, and steamy sexual encounters. For a brilliant story, you won’t soon forget, relax and enter the Backroom. Just remember to close the door behind you. You never know who’s listening.
Which five words best describe Backroom Confessions? Raw, competitiveness, jealousy, fake, gossip
Can you share one highlight from the book?
I love that Jericka, the manager, has a good relationship with her staff, but this causes a problem with her husband. He is concerned she is too comfortable around her team and that their discussions are too obscene and could backfire.
What is the purpose of this book?
To show that even dedicated professional workers helping others have problems. Social workers deal with a lot of broken people at the office and in their homes. Everything isn’t always what it appears to be.
Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? Yes, there are broken people, the need for counseling, and the importance of self-care for those in the helping field.
.Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write?
The social workers. I liked writing about flawed people trying to help other flawed folks.
Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?
I prefer writing clean but edgy Christain Romance, but I sometimes want to get down and dirty.
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers? I love writing about Christians. We all sin and fall short of the glory of God. I want readers to know though we may fall, God will always pick us up if we allow Him to do so.
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About the Author
Rose Jackson-Beavers, Chief Executive Officer of Prioritybooks Publications grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois and received her Bachelor and Master degrees from Illinois State and Southern Illinois Universities. She is a veteran social services executive and adult educator. She has written several other publications, including A Hole in My Heart, a novel she co-authored with Edward Booker. The East St. Louis native also works as a freelance journalist. Rose is the owner of Prioritybooks Publications. This is a full service publishing company for first time authors. She currently lives in Florissant, Missouri, with her husband and daughter.