Monday, October 26, 2015

It's A Boy by Marsha Cornelius @marshacornelius

Marsha Cornelius' latest novel, It's A Boy has been selected by Kindle Scout for a 30-day trial to garner nominations. At the end of this campaign those nominations will be tallied and  It's a Boy could possibly be accepted into Kindle Press. If her book is selected, you will receive a FREE digital copy just for voting.

To vote, simply go to the link below, read the short excerpt, and nominate It's A Boy.

IT’S A BOY-A Tale of Moral Corruption
‘It’s a boy.’
There was a time when those three words meant more than ‘I love you.’ But not now. Women control all decisions made in business and government, so having a boy baby is a disappointment.
Men are the designated caregivers of children, and the latest technological breakthrough, the artificial womb, even frees women from the burden of carrying an unborn child for nine months.
A typical 28 year old, Mason is comfortable as an underling. He can’t wait to be a loving father and supportive husband. He’s especially looking forward to wearing the new artificial womb that so many men have strapped on their bellies. But first, Mason must be chosen as a husband.
He’s listed on the Approved Partner Registry, a website that profiles men and their qualifications. It’s used by successful businesswomen who don’t have the time or inclination to date. Now it’s a waiting game.
In the meantime, he works hard at his clerical job with a large corporation, and volunteers at the company’s co-op daycare. He keeps his body in good physical condition. He even took a remedial course with a sex surrogate when the registry listed him as a premature ejaculator. His diligence will pay off when he is selected as a mate.
But when he is dropped from the registry because of an indiscretion at work, his life begins to unravel. He descends into a world of male escorts, kinky sex, and barbaric death matches. Once he has fallen from grace, is redemption even possible?
M. R. Cornelius lives in the 
suburbs north of Atlanta with her husband and two spoiled cats who 
refuse to wear socks and dust the furniture. Her two college-aged sons 
visit regularly for clean clothes, food and money. 
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