Colcord, OK (PRWEB) September 21, 2010
In his newest novel, 'The Everyday Housewife,' author Bryan Foreman tells a story about a housewife living in Oklahoma City who travels to New York City to pursue a writing career. In New York City, the once sheltered housewife finds herself immersed in a foreign world filled with intriguing people, adventure, and extraordinary experiences.
Katharine Beaumont has been living a mundane life in Oklahoma City as a housewife with a husband who barely acknowledges her and teenagers who are unappreciative and rude. One day her husband confesses an affair. Katharine decides that it is time for her needs to be fulfilled so she hops on board a Greyhound bus and travels to New York City to pursue a writing career. Katharine becomes involved in the lives of an intriguing and multifaceted cast of characters and ends up embroiled in a world of drugs and murder. As she traverses her new life, she writes a book where the main character is Katharine's alter ego. In the story, Kitty Everhart is a smart, striking, and seductive British intelligence agent who finds herself shipwrecked on a desert island with 7 other castaways.
Katharine's three and half month experience in New York City takes her out of the security and comfort of life as a suburban housewife and into a world where she makes astonishing decisions that she once thought were out of her nature.
Tracy Roberts, Write Field Services
"'The Everyday Housewife' is a story that utilizes dark humor in an effective manner which helps to enhance and contrast each character's unconventional attributes. It is an entertaining and engaging character study that focuses on Katharine's growth from a mundane housewife to a risk taker with her own independent and unique outlook on life. I highly recommend 'The Everyday Housewife' as a fun read that will keep readers satisfyingly engaged from start to end."
Douglas R. Cobb, Reader Review
"If you're looking for the kind of fun, entertaining, and suspenseful book you don't see everyday, then The Everyday Housewife: Murder, Drugs, and Ironing is the wickedly delightful novel for you! Katherine Beaumont, the heroine of talented author Bryan Foreman's novel, is anything but an "everyday housewife," by the end of the book, though she starts out as one.
About the Author
Bryan Foreman, a native of Oklahoma City, graduated with a bachelor's degree in professional writing from Oklahoma University in Norman, Oklahoma. He has written many short stories, two screenplays, and the thriller novel, Killer Cain. Foreman is currently at work on his third novel.
'The Everyday Housewife: Murder, Drugs, And Ironing' ISBN: 1450234720, is available at Amazon.com and many other online bookstores. The author's website is http://theeverydayhousewife.com/
To review 'The Everyday Housewife,' or to arrange for a talk, book signing, or interview with the author, please contact the author at (405) 250-9946, or email bfor42 @ aol.com.