Black Geisha by Rachel Blaze
Julie Flowers is lying in a hospital bed with two police officers standing over her asking questions. She’d answer, only her mouth is wired shut and she doesn’t know why. Black Geisha is a novel based on a true story about a girl’s sexual journey that leads her through times that are fun and exciting,…
Julie Flowers is lying in a hospital bed with two police officers standing over her asking questions. She’d answer, only her mouth is wired shut and she doesn’t know why.
Black Geisha is a novel based on a true story about a girl’s sexual journey that leads her through times that are fun and exciting, scary and poignant. After being molested by her neighbor at the delicate age of seven, Julie Flowers’ father cruelly rejects her, and enlists family and friends to follow suit. Not in absolute isolation, Julie is able to seek refuge in her mother, but the two are slowly growing apart. Though Julie begins her journey as a devout Jehovah’s Witness, events in her life lead her to the point of losing religion and seeking fulfillment by other means. After living the life of a free-spirited college student, Julie Flowers finds herself educated, well rounded, and broke. Smart, sophisticated, and sassy, Julie learns that sex sells. Discovering a lucrative realm of existence that is kept in the shadows, Julie becomes a sex party hostess, catering to couples who indulge in the art of swinging. Unfortunately, Julie enters a tumultuous time where one drawback after another makes her realize that she may be in over her head. As her life starts crashing down, Julie tries to escape the madness by moving to Los Angeles to salvage what’s left.
Black Geisha possesses many secrets. Through Julie’s eyes, we experience the ups and downs, the loves and losses, and her understanding of survival as she embarks on the roller coaster of her life.
Rachel Blaze grew up in Brooklyn, New York. She credits her love for learning and teaching to her public school education. An avid reader, writer, and children lover, she dreamed of being a writer and teacher since kindergarten. Blaze acknowledges her large family for her work ethic, determination, and perseverance. Although her passion is children’s books, Blaze’s first piece is an erotica novel, based partially on her life. Since its completion, Rachel is following a more spiritual path. She feels blessed for her God-given talents and abilities and is grateful that Spirit works through, in, and as her. Rachel is an educator and motivational speaker, with a strong focus on students with special needs. Rachel holds a BA in Sociology from Alfred University and an MS in Education from Brooklyn College. After the death of her father in 2005, Rachel moved to Los Angeles, where she currently lives.
“Great story!!! Really well written!!!!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Ms. Davis
WOW!!! What a story!!!!! Ms. Blaze has done a superb job of bringing to life the journey of her main character. Can’t wait for the sequel.
About the Author
Rachel B.B. grew up in Brooklyn, New York and credits her love for learning and teaching to her NYC public school teachers. An avid reader, writer, and children lover, she dreamed of being a writer and teacher since kindergarten. B.B. acknowledges her large family for her work ethic, determination, and perseverance.
Rachel enjoys horse-back riding, singing karaoke, reading, watching good movies, African dancing, writing, and travel. She loves learning about different cultures, including their language, food, and customs and has trodden upon the Earth in places such as: Botswana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Belize, Trinidad and Tobago, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados, Grenada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, France, England, Spain, Italy, Canada and various U.S. states.
Rachel is a retired public school teacher for students with special needs. She currently edits and ghostwrites literary papers of all varieties and has herself authored Black Geisha and You Are A Star. Rachel holds a BA in Sociology/Anthropology from Alfred University, an MS in Education from Brooklyn College and a JSI Certificate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy and International Affairs at Princeton University. She is currently enrolled in medical school in the Eastern Caribbean.
Rachel feels extremely blessed for her God-given talents and knows that nothing is possible without the love and approval of The Most High and the support and guidance of her departed ancestors. She is grateful to be a vehicle for Spirit to work through, in, and as and takes no credit for the cosmic miracles that are performed at her fingertips. B.B. is an advocate of personal development and promotes the idea of investing in yourself today for a better tomorrow, no matter what your yesterdays have been.