What Will the Real World Bring for Alli Billings?

Here is a glimpse into the second book following up to “Girl, Rise.”

Alli Billings has now moved on from toxic love relationships and living at home with her mother, and now she’s out in the real world on her own with her first job in journalism and boyfriend Greg. As of now, at the age of twenty-six, Alli Billings has received her first job in journalism. She is all excited and thrilled to be a News Reporter. For the first time in her life, she can fulfill her dream of being a “big city” reporter until her boss shows another side to himself that Alli isn’t prepared for.

One day Alli was setting up camera equipment to interview one of the city officials from town hall named Mr. Clark that had taken place, and that’s when her boss took a liking to her. He noticed Alli’s new hairdo, make-up, clothes, and toned physique from the body boot camp class she joined at the gym. He watched Alli as she introduced herself to Mr. Clark, shook his hand, looked him in the eye, and smiled. Andy was so pleased to see Alli acting professional and looking like a million bucks.

Alli finished setting up the camera equipment and polishing her interview notes and sat face-to-face from Mr. Clark. Alli asked Mr. Clark what the town’s short-term and long-term goals, where the city sees themselves in the next ten years, how their latest condominium project is coming along, inner-city schools, and more are. Just then, Andy interrupted Alli’s interview with Mr. Clark and said, “I can take it from here now Alli, I need to ask Mr. Clark about the city budget.” “Okay, Andy,” Alli replies. Alli leaves the interviewee’s seat, and he gave Alli a wink.

Published by Allistar Banks-Author

Allistar Banks is a multi-genre author of several books ranging from children to young adult fiction. A Professional Pet Sitter by day, novelist by night, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications from Lander University. A McCormick, SC native, she is a lover of southern cuisine, the mountains, local art, and history.

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