Mississippi native, Felicia Tillman, is diving fearlessly into the world of Erotica Fiction with her upcoming book release, “It All Starts from Something.” Tillman convincingly details the trail of abandonment, abuse and deception that led to a girl’s transformation from an innocent youth to an unapologetic sex addict.
The central character, Nikki Tyler, is living a traditional happy home life with her two parents who shower her with love and affection until it’s ripped apart suddenly. Like any child, Nikki’s self-worth was largely dependent on her parents’ love but once it’s gone, she feels nothing and feels worthless. On her quest to feel again, Nikki takes any “love” that she can get from the most unexpected sources. Nikki soon discovers her “sources” for love and bad choices were all a part of a bigger plan and that the person behind it all is someone that she would have ever suspected.
This is the most risqué book ever released by a Mississippi author but it is not any ordinary Erotica Fiction book. It covers many important real life issues including sex addiction, prostitution, child molestation, and abandonment. It’s racy and suspenseful with many unexpected twists and turns.
Over the past two years, Tillman has written and produced two stage plays in Jackson, MS, “U Got to Hurt Before U Heal” and “It’s Time To Take Out the Trash,” that chronicled “naughty” Nikki’s life as a promiscuous and manipulative adulteress. “It All Starts From Something” is the prequel to both plays and explains why Nikki led the lifestyle that she did.
“It All Starts from Something” will be released on Amazon.com on April 1, 2013. Join the new fan page for updates on the upcoming https://www.facebook.com/ItAllStartsFromSomething#!/ItAllStartsFromSomething in April! For more information, call 601-400-0395.
Below are links to a few articles about the author.
Vibe Vixen of the Day: Felicia Tillman June 2012
Felicia Tillman: Jacksonian for June 2012
There Comes a Time June 2012
CDC Graduate Felicia Tillman Fulfills Entrepreneurial Dreams