The Barber Chair Series: Deprogramming A Bully

Getting a haircut for Boone Butterfinkle will never be the same.

Never ask your barber when you sit in the chair, "How high does this chair go?" More

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About Kathy Rae

Kathy Rae knew from the age of eight that one day she would be an author. It took going to Fountain Hills, AZ to awaken the purpose for which she was born. "The Jewel of Hope, Book 1 of The Hope Trilogy" was birthed in her heart as she observed the statues and eight foot junk horse surrounding their man-made fountain lake.

Kathy lives in eastern Washington where inspiration for stories abound. She has taken the Institute for Children's Literature course and is a member of Jerry Jenkins Writer's Guild, the American Christian Fiction Writers and Spokane Authors and Self-Publishers group.

"A full book can be inspired just listening and watching people. The characters in my books remain in my heart because they are all bits and pieces of people I've met in my life-time," Kathy Rae says. "If I can encourage just one person to celebrate who they are because God made them to have a relationship with them, then I am blessed that they discovered that treasure in one of my books."

About the Series: The Barber Chair
“How high does this chair go?” is a question Boone Butterfinkle will never ask his barber again. The chair doesn’t stop until a vortex sucks Boone through the ceiling, thrusting him into a world equipped to stop his bullying.

If only Brianne Watchler hadn’t gone from geeky to drop-dead-gorgeous overnight and refused to be his girl, Boone wouldn’t have wreaked havoc on every boy who looked her way. Now he’s in a world that specializes in deprogramming bullies by turning them into robots, and Boone’s their main target.

Find out who wins the war between the computer nerds and the bullies in the first of "The Barber Chair Series: Deprogramming a Bully!"

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