Pink Neon Publishing

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Pink Neon Publishing is a family-owned independent book publisher based out of Atlanta, Georgia. We are dedicated to publishing the work of authors who have a story in their head that the world needs to read. While our primary focus is on developing and publishing fiction, we also are interested in some non-fiction work.
Pink Neon's mission is to help authors establish and solidify their place in American Literature. We aim to entertain and inspire our readers by producing exciting and thought provoking works. We produce books that celebrate diversity, creativity, and writing as an art form.

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Smashwords book reviews by Pink Neon Publishing

  • The Toilet Business on June 19, 2011

    The first words that come to mind when I started The Toilet Business..."Girl, I know exactly what you mean!" From endless job to endless non gratifying job just to pay the bills, any person who reads these tales can relate. I laughed from page 1 until the end of the book and when I say end, I mean the very last page. Stacy's humor is quirky and a little bit sarcastic. She's hilarious! I knew that I was going to like this book when I read the introduction: "I didn't really figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up until I was thirty-five" I'm 31 and I just recently just figured out what I wanted to be when I grow up so I completely related to this statement and this book overall! I'm glad that Stacy shared her hilarious work experiences so those of us who go through the same things know that we are not alone :)
  • Perfect Copy on July 15, 2011

    Clones...always have been and always will be EVIL. Poor Brina is so focused on loving and caring for the boy she feels is a replacement for the one she lost that she can't see the forest for the trees...at first. When geneticist Mathew Roman dies and leaves his small staff of three alone with a genetically engineered child, all hell breaks loose in the cabin nestled deep in the woods. With all the men around her injured, weak, dead, Brina steps to the plate to protect the youngest clone with everything she has, including her life. Perfect Copy is a perfect, can't put down thriller; a good thriller that is a bit creepy and has you checking the dark shadows of your house for silent homicidal clones that you know aren't there. In Perfect Copy, Gaines delivers that eerie feeling that any thrill seeker craves. Well done!