Geronimo Redstone is the pen name of a national advocate for workplace diversity. As a self-described multiculturalist, his writing is influenced by literary sources as disparate as Egyptian mythology, epic poetry and the interior monologue style of Virginia Woolf and Toni Morrison. In his three-part tale, The Bachelor Scrolls, he maneuvers the imagination with lyric writing that walks the line between the old and the new: gothic fiction and urban fantasy. Redstone, whose mother was the victim of an abusive marriage, combines themes of sexual politics and the supernatural into an allegory of the insanity of gender violence in urban communities.
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The Bachelor Scrolls -- Part One: Isis Unleashed (Second Edition)
by Geronimo Redstone
Published: January 14, 2015
An ancient Egyptian goddess, a famous American poet, and 42 single women are brought together to save the future of female dignity from a rampaging supernatural evil. Will these women join a war against the war on women? If mortals fail to stop a mystic curse of gender violence, women and girls in the Western Hemisphere will witness the coming of hell on earth: rape, physical abuse, subjugation.
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