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220 Communications Announces the Addition of "Chi Town Twist" the Debut Novel by Phylydia Hudson to Buy220.com Web Site

Author's first novel weaves interesting tale.

Chicago, IL, July 06, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Fresh from college, new graduate Sydney Wallace accepts an accounting position with the federal bank of Illinois. There she meets "wild child" Michelle "Michie" Bond. Chi Town Twist takes a look at two young women from very different social and economical backgrounds. It examines their perspectives, their desires, their decisions and the men they love. In the blink of an eye Sydney and Michie are thrown into the middle of a corporate conspiracy that spirals out of control. Will a theft at the bank and the possibility of jail time draw the women closer or make them turn on each other? Who do you believe? Who can you trust? Where do you turn… when nothing is what it seems?

When she first started writing "Chi Town Twist" she never intended for it to become a published book. Phylydia wrote purely for her own pleasure and delighted as the characters took form. As the project progressed however she began to view it differently. Friends with whom she shared her story line ideas and plot twists started asking to read the manuscript. After some time she decided to share her first few chapters. The response was so positive that she decided to press on finishing the book one year later. Phylydia resides in the south suburbs of Chicago. The mother of three is currently working on several projects including her next book and the development of a children’s periodical.

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