A self-published book:
An Amazon review of same: "This is the tale of three African American horses (Latawnya, Latoya and Daisy), who leave the stable and get drugs from four white horses (Connie, Chrystal, Jackie and Angie). It is a timely and poignant tale that will leave you laughing, crying, and making scary noises. It starkly and accurately presents the real dangers horses in black neighborhoods face from Caucasian equine drug pushers."
An excerpt from same:
Other self-published works by this author:
The 'product description' of the first of these books: "Ricky is a cool worm who knows how to skate. He is very famous for his figure eight. Ricky meets a skating worm named Willie who thinks he is so great. Willie brags to Ricky about being the best skater of the figure eight. Ricky is a skating pro. This is something he lets everyone know. Ricky and Willie have a skateboard race. They intend to find out who will win first place. They exercised to make them healthy and strong. They know if they continue exercising, they cannot go wrong. Mr. Ted and Little Ed are on the way to the big skateboard race. They are going to cheer and shout for Ricky to win first place. Everyone who heard about the race is going to the race. They want to cheer and shout for their favorite friend to win first place. The race took place with a big crowd. Everyone cheered awful loud."
A link to the full Latawyna here.
A link to an excerpt from Spicy True Stories, Investigators Lies, Slanders And Stocks here.