“This is a dream come true,” Pamela said. “Every morning I wake up feeling blessed to be able to earn a living telling stories. I’ve done a variety of writing, but out of all those job types, storytelling is my favorite … hands down. And it’s my deepest hope that people will love the stories that I create.”
“Tomorrow Never Comes” is about Bernice Albright, a woman determined to honor her deceased mother’s dying wish: take care of her babies, Marlena and Rico Brown. While she raised her younger siblings well, adulthood finds them in troubling situations: Rico is a drug addict and Marlena is in an abusive marriage.
As the presumed matriarch, Bernice reunites them in an effort to help them overcome their problems. Her siblings’ circumstances, however, overtake any hope of “tomorrow being a better day” – a belief that their late mother always believed in.
Overall, this is a story about family loyalty, and how the wrong decisions they make can have a negative impact on an entire family.
Pamela Jones is a self-published author with 19 years of writing experience. She wrote 19 contemporary short stories for the defunct Sterling MacFadden Publisher, whose magazines included Jive, Bronze Thrills, Black Confessions, Black Romance, Black Secrets, True Black Experience, True Black Passions, and True Black Secrets.
Ms. Jones has also written nonfiction eBooks, poetry and online articles for websites such as HubPages (under the pseudonym “Penlady”). As previously mentioned, she spent nearly four years engaging in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) copywriting for private clients.
“Tomorrow Never Comes” is available for download at Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/