Reminder: Accounting for It All eBooks 50% Off! (Free Preview in Post)

Written by Ryan R. Campbell

Ryan R. Campbell is an International Book Awards finalist, the founder of the Writescast Network, and the co-founder of Kill Your Darlings Candle Company.

Posted on April 17, 2019

Filed under Uncategorized

“She has the looks, but now it looks like she cooks the books.”

Now’s the best time to get your hands on the story of Robin Whethers, the adult-film-star-turned-accountant who finds herself mired in an IRS audit of a money laundering scheme she didn’t know she was part of. Why?

Accounting for It All ebooks are 50% off through the publisher’s site and on Amazon! But act now, this deal is only in effect for a limited time.

Find it on
NineStar Press | Amazon

Not convinced yet? Here’s the first full chapter from Accounting for It All to give you a little more!


Miami, Florida – April 2017

Thursdays are my favorite days at Pornucopia.

For starters, it’s payday, and second, it’s in-house filming day, which means after a whole week of waiting, I finally get to work as a talent consultant again.

But it’s the simplest of things that make Thursdays the best of days, and there isn’t anything more predictable than the Thursday morning safe-looting operation.

Before I make it to the safe, though, I stop in the doorway of Jerry’s office for our routine Thursday conversation. “Morning, Jer.”

“We’re still doing this, huh?” He says it with a grin, so between that and me being—in his words—“a prized former starlet,” I know he doesn’t mind my teasing.

“I’m betting we only have a few thousand in the safe this week. Still want me to—?”

Jerry throws his hands up, pretending to look all exasperated as his double chin wobbles around. “Always. Go. To. The. Bank. Every Thursday. No matter how much or how little is in there. Always. Go. To. The. Bank.”

I repeat “always go to the bank” with him as he says it for the second time. “Right. How could I forget?”

“Never forget.”

“I won’t,” I say. And I never have.

I keep moving my way down our skinny, second-floor hallway and enter my office through the last door on the left. After I plop to my knees at the base of the filing cabinet, I ease out the bottom drawer. It slides with a terrible squeak—Jerry still hasn’t lubed it up with WD40 like he promised—and I lift the half-rusted safe from it, my palms running along its cool steel.

I throw in the combination and the safe clicks open, revealing the fat stack of cash inside. If Jerry’s makeshift receipt can be believed, we’re a tick under sixty-two hundred bucks.

As I double-check Jerry’s count, the graininess of each bill wears on my thumb. It’s probably my least favorite part of the safe-looting scheme, what with how tedious it can be. Honestly, for as much as I love the Thursday morning charade, I’d much rather be back talent consulting full time. Or heck, even acting.

It could be worse, I suppose. Really, Jerry’s not bad where supervisors are concerned. He may be a ham-sandwich-pounding son of a gun, but since he’s the only person actually doing any accounting around here—and because he’s the only one who knows he’s the only person doing any accounting around here—I’ve got no plans to betray his trust.

After all, getting paid for five days of work a week when I really only have one? That’s a pretty sweet deal, if I do say so myself.

I wrap up counting Jerry’s stack of bills—a bit under six thousand two hundred, just like his scratch-paper receipt says. No need to count again; they’ll do that at the bank anyway. I wad it all up with a rubber band and exit my office.

Out in the hallway, I figure I may as well tease Jerry one last time before slipping downstairs and out the door. “Hey, Jer?”

My eyebrows knit up when I hear nothing from him. I could’ve sworn I heard him shuffling around hardly a minute ago.

“Hey, Jerry.” Again the only response I get is my own breathing and the soft pad of my ankle-cut Chuck Taylors on the tiled floor.

I step into his office. “Hey, Jer. Looks like we only have a few thousand—”

There, facedown on his desk, rests the motionless body of Jerry Chalmers.

I drop the chunk of cash and rush to his side. “Jerry. Hey.” I shake him. He doesn’t stir. My fingers fly to his neck, then to his wrists in search of a pulse. Nothing.

After dashing back to my office, I fumble through my purse for my phone and dial nine-one-one.

Thursdays are normally my favorite days at Pornucopia, but this Thursday might change all that.

And there it is! What happens next for Robin? You’ll have to read on to find out!

Find Accounting for It All on
NineStar Press | Amazon



Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.