by Taylor Sidney



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/14/2024

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 266
ISBN : 9798823023849
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 266
ISBN : 9798823023863
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 266
ISBN : 9798823023856

About the Book

One of the most riveting, super-charged, and spectacular novels is upon us. As the author of the novel entitled, Grey Blood Series, Taylor Sidney will once again attempt to enhance the literary world with the presentation of the new novel entitled, Psyche. This is a compelling, romantic, yet suspenseful story of Catherine Deaves. She is a beautiful, young, struggling poet battling the odds of envy, greed, and games of the mind (deception) that also lead to total destruction. The novel also deals with one of the most sensitive subjects of today, ‘gender harassment.’ It is intertwined in the storyline along with seventeen inspirational poems. Catherine has finally received the promotion she has desired for years. She now feels her problems are over as this promotion will bring more money and prestige. However, little does she know, her problems have just begun. She receives death threats; her office and poetry recitals are constantly sabotaged. One by one, her friends and loved ones are either severely injured or murdered. Catherine feels compelled to seek help from the love of her life and manager, Andre Matrin. But even that proves deadly. She further seeks the assistance of other trusted co-workers to help her ambush the suspected culprit. When all ventures prove unsuccessful, she becomes certain that it’s only a matter of time when the culprit will actually kill her. Only time will tell if the culprit intercepts Catherine or if she intercepts the culprit, and justice is served.

About the Author

Taylor Sidney was born in Memphis, Tennessee and currently resides in Mississippi. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history/secondary education from Christian Brothers University. She received a Master of Science degree in guidance and personnel services from the University of Memphis. She received a Doctor of Education degree in education leadership and policy studies from the University of Memphis. She is currently employed as a hospital administrator in Memphis, Tennessee. The first of her novel series, entitled Grey Blood Series, took six years to complete. She has completed her second novel, entitled Psyche, and a book of poetry entitled Poetry of the Psyche, along with a short story entitled, Mine Eyes Have Not Seen the Glory. All of these projects took approximately five months simultaneously to complete. She is currently working on the second installment of her Grey Blood Series, entitled Asylum’s Ghost, and has published a nonfiction book from her doctoral dissertation entitled, The Mississippi Freedom Schools: A Response Strategy to the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi. She is one of the authors and the co-editor for the Zion Community Project’s book entitled, Historic Zion Cemetery in Memphis. She is married and has two adult children.