"Tiger Woods may have avoided some pitfalls, if he'd only read the book," its author says. "It has it all: a college star turned Olympic hero who cheats on his wife and loses face in the public's eye. He loses sponsorship. Yet with Katlin Hillmacher, he can't help himself. I hope that Woods can pull himself out of the nose dive he's gotten into."
"Pookoo" is about Hillmacher, whose sexual escapades make him go off-focus. Set in the early 1990s, it's been downloaded from readers in 15 countries. It's also available on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/
"On a serious note, any celebrity scandal validates the time I put into the novel," Shiloh said. "I feel vindicated. I'm glad more people are finding the story and seeing it for what it's worth. They've asked me about a sequel, and who knows? The momentum keeps building. I'd do it in a heartbeat once I get 5,000 sales."
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