My Books

2010
05.11

Don’t Even Trip

by Teresa Rae Butler

ISBN: 978-0-9779207-0-9
Perfect Bound Softcover
Also available in Hardcover
Paperback available soon
Pages: 288
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
$ 15.00
Year published: 2006
CORAZ SADE SINGLETON is so damn funny. Her patience has grown shorter than the last man she had just gotten rid of. She’s had it with Black men, so she tries her best to redirect the kids in her class onto a brighter path. In her side-bar search for a white man with money, she ends up getting sidetracked by a young college man suspected to be a thug in diguise. What does he really want from her? In the first book, characters such as Renegade Blade, The Mac n Cheese Maniac, Disco Lady, Gangstafied Pooh and the sexual relationship between Coraz and Mill are chock full of laughs, orgasms and bad …
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Reviews:
“She’s all that. Teresa Rae Butler grabs readers like a thief snatching a purse…Watch out for her as the new favorite author!”
Lem Louis, Milwaukee comedian

God I Respect Ya Gangsta

by Teresa Rae Butler

Front Cover
ISBN: 978-0-9779207-1-6
Perfect Bound Softcover
Also available in Hardcover
Paperback available soon
Pages: 344
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
$ 15.00
Year published: 2005
In the sequel, God, I Respect Ya Gangsta, Coraz Singleton a.k.a. Rainy Dae, organizes a lottery for the poor, meaning you must be poor to win, to try and save her black people in her community by helping them fix their income and educational problems alongside their winnings. But, at the opening gala speech, she’s assasinated by her man’s ex? It is a story within a story that goes even deeper as to why and how many urban African Americans suffer in the struggle. Characters such as Billy Jacksin the pimp, Ms. Jack the cross dresser, O.B. the drug dealer, Anmarie, Coraz’s mother who used to be j…
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Reviews:
“Teresa Rae Butler has proven herself worthy with her very first novel by tackling issues that have been avoided on the American Black education.”
Earl Sewell, author of Flip Side Of Money, Through Thick and Thin

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