Berkley publisher Penguin Random House announced Tuesday that it has acquired the rights to three Democratic activist Stacey Abrams print novels and will begin releasing in 2022.
The former progressive Democrat nominee, who lost the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election in 2018, began writing love novels before running for election with his pen name Selena Montgomery Abrams wrote all three books that will be reissued. “Rules of Engagement” “The Art of Desire” and “Power of Persuasion” in the early 2000s.
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Abrams, 47, expressed excitement about the announcement and release of which she was involved in a cultural book with herself in her youth.
“As my first novel, they are still unbelievably special to me. Their characters and adventures are what I want to read as a black woman – a story that portrays women of color who are not. “As Selena and Stacey, I’m proud to be part of the romantic writer community and I’m excited about Berkeley’s storyline.” This again for new readers and loyal fans. ”
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Abrams has written a total of eight romantic novels, all highlighted on Oprah Wynfrey’s website “Oprah Daily” in 2020 as part of an article that discusses left-wing activists in her work helping Demos. Carrot had the vote in Georgia.
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Abrams is considered a potential democratic candidate for the 2022 gubernatorial election, but has yet to announce her decision on whether to run.