Sharp, funny, and dark, “Oh Honey” is a novel about identity and connection. Jane is a telemarketer. She uses a different name each time, and soon it becomes clear that she is calling the same man again and again. Each call is a new battle between them, with him becoming angrier and more threatening. But Jane isn’t calling him at random; Jane has a purpose; and Jane has a past which seems to change each time she tells it.
Praise for Oh Honey:
“A well-crafted and engaging novel”- Kirkus Review
“Black humoured […] breath-taking cynicism, and laugh out loud one-liners […] The writer’s smooth and sinewy conversational writing style belies a razor-sharp opportunism and a wickedly warped perspective”- Madeline M, Reviewer
“WOW! Oh, Honey is a laugh out loud at times albeit dark short story […] Gritty and awesome […] I laughed and felt morose all on the same page over and over […] Highly recommend.” – Anisa M, reviewer
“[T]his book was exactly what I needed today. It was brief, and angry, and perfectly dry humoured […] I loved it.” – Liz Laurin, reviewer