This Business of Children


Fiction - General
208 Pages
Reviewed on 07/31/2011
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Author Biography

About Chloe

Her many achievements include:
* Three published books since 2003: 2 non-fiction, 1 fiction
* Title of Ms. Maryland Senior America 2003
* Recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship Seminars Abroad award to South
Africa, 1996
* Volunteer internship during the 2005 Maryland legislative session as a Legacy
Leadership Institute graduate
* Lead facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project in prison and
community workshops on conflict resolution for ten years
* State representative for the National Family Caregivers Association’s caregiver
community action network 2006-2008
* Advisory board member: MD, Healthcare Commission and the Interagency
Commission for Aging Services: Maryland Dept. of Aging
* Hospice and homeless shelter volunteer
* Coordinator for the Good Samaritan Project at her church
* World traveler – all 7 continents.

Chloe’s philosophy of life is: find a need and fill it.

Published Titles

What Happens Next? A Family Guide to Nursing Home Visits…and More
ISBN 1 932433-00-7 Non-fiction

Entering the Age of Elegance: A Rite of Passage & Practical Guide for the Modern Maturing Woman
ISBN 1-935097-05-9 978-1935097051 Non-fiction

This Business of Children Fiction
ISBN 978-1-60047-580-1

    Book Review

Reviewed by Molly Edwards for Readers' Favorite

A truly wonderful and well written novel! I am highly pleased to say that I really enjoyed this book. Chloe Jon Paul chose a setting and a plot that is superbly detailed and well written, threw in some really great characters and turned out a book that will capture the heart of the reader instantly.

I loved following Vera, Dee, Mark and Stu through out this story. A rather mixed up bunch, if I may say so, but the detail that the author put behind them was phenomenal.

These four characters aren't your normal ones by any means. Vera is a teacher, ready for retirement but can't help venting her frustration during a school board meeting. Dee, well, she's simply Dee. She's a dedicated teacher, holds a secret that no one else knows. Then there's Mark. I loved him and I hated him....his character was created fabulously but his personal life issues and his way of dealing with them just wasn't what I wanted them to be! Mark's attraction to Dee is strong, but he's a married man. Last, there's Stu--he's different, and only one other person knows why he's so different. But, tragedy strikes Stu and no one knows the cause.

This book is filled with a bit of mystery, LOTS of dramatic situations and plenty of good reading. I highly recommend it to everyone looking for a new author and a good read.