The Delivery Girl

Small town country girl finds herself in the middle of Chicago's mob. You'll grow to love the heroine Liz and her loveable crew of thugs as they do jobs for their 'boss'. It's not a dark mob book - it's a light and fun romantic comedy, and a great book to read during a day at the beach. Multiple romantic plots unfold as the gang works together to stay alive and help the family business thrive. More

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About Samantha Biskup

Samantha Biskup currently has two books in print, a children’s book called My Little Angel and a romantic comedy/chicklit called The Delivery Girl. She has been writing since she was in second grade, which is when she had a weekly column for the local 4H club published in the Ripley Bee, a Southern Ohio newspaper. She went on to play the part of children in radio commercials for WRAC in West Union, OH.
The first novel that she can remember writing was back in 1987/88, when she wrote a 100-page novel on a typewriter.

Samantha has won numerous awards for her writing, including an award from Daughters of the American Revolution for an essay on American History. She went on to write a weekly column reporting on the state of matters at Henry Harrison Jr. High for The Record, a Harrison, Ohio newspaper. After brushing up on her page layout and captioning skills on her high school year book committee, and lending her time as a high school newsletter columnist, she never put down writing for long.

Over the years since high school, the plots and characters developed, and the stories began flowing. Her first novel to make it to mass market is The Delivery Girl, which was released in March, 2012 and is available at Smashwords (digital) or Amazon (print).

She is in her thirties lives in Illinois with her husband and two children, and enjoys being active in the community as an assistant Girl Scout troop leader. She has a special interest in helping to increase awareness, early intervention, and opportunity for children with special needs.


Review by: Desi Nestlen on June 5, 2012 : (no rating)
Loved it... Funny , witty and totally worth reading! Can't wait for the next installment!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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