After a successful first year at Cornick College, voodoo priestess Hettie Ardoin and her good friends, Addie, Sandra, and Glinda have rented a house together. They expect their sophomore year to be calmer. However, that is not to be. The Board of Governors has fired the popular former president because of declining enrollment and a shrinking endowment. They hire a new president with a strong business background to fix the problems. His solution angers the Cornick College faculty, students, and alumni. Hettie and her housemates find themselves in the middle of the conflict, forcing her to use her voodoo powers. Their year provides them with excitement, heartache, danger, shocking surprises, irresponsible fun, and plenty of laughs. Every event in this book happened to someone at some university.
Targeted Age Group:: Adults
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have been a professor for 40 years. In that time, I've experienced many odd events and unusual students at several universities. Colleges and universities provide students an education both and out of the classroom. This book uses these experiences to satirize college life. That's true for the students at the fictional Cornick College in this book.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Students in my classes inspired the characters in this book. I have a picture in my mind's eye of the real-life counterparts of these students in my book. Their unique personalities made teaching them delightful, sometimes challenging but always worthwhile.
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