About the Book
Meanwhile, Governor Washington's campaign manager, Sonny Mims, has doubts about his star candidate and believes it would be best to take her speech in a different direction by embracing a much "dirtier" campaign. The idea doesn't sit well with the governor, who's run a clean campaign thus far, and leaves the two at bitter ends.
As pressure mounts and the governor finds herself going "off script," she is haunted by her past and forced to acknowledge the aftermath of her policies that had left many Americans suffering from a broad range of difficulties, all of which stemmed from her actions as the governor of Georgia. As Governor Washington confronts her own skeletons, she has no other choice but to reflect inward and take a hard look at her own self before sacrificing her core values in order to whet Sonny's appetite for controversy. Only then will she be able to decide whether or not she has a sound bite.
Dalivia "Liv" Plaut is a horror writer from Loganson, West Virginia. Her debut novel, Cut From Darkness, a collection of four novellas, including the psychological thriller, Cut and Paste, which introduces Readers to one of the most charismatic characters in the horror genre, a scissor-wielding stalker named Mr. Moonlight, as well as Murmur, a gonzo-style luncheon centered around a scandal, is the first volume of Dalivia's horror anthology series, Midnight World. For more on Dalivia Plaut, visit her NASTY NOOK at http://www.daliviaplaut.tumblr.com.