Boss Lady Tracy Ellison the star of Omar Tyree s Flyy Girl and For the Love of Money returns in this bestselling novel Boss Lady Everybody s favorite flyy girl is a little bit older a whole lot wiser and j

  • Title: Boss Lady
  • Author: Omar Tyree
  • ISBN: 9780743228725
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tracy Ellison, the star of Omar Tyree s Flyy Girl and For the Love of Money, returns in this bestselling novel, Boss Lady Everybody s favorite flyy girl is a little bit older, a whole lot wiser, and just as sassy as ever After a series of triumphs in the world of letters and acting, Tracy takes on the dazzling world of Hollywood s A list players to film a project close tTracy Ellison, the star of Omar Tyree s Flyy Girl and For the Love of Money, returns in this bestselling novel, Boss Lady Everybody s favorite flyy girl is a little bit older, a whole lot wiser, and just as sassy as ever After a series of triumphs in the world of letters and acting, Tracy takes on the dazzling world of Hollywood s A list players to film a project close to her heart Told from the point of view of Tracy s cousin and personal assistant, Vanessa, Boss Lady chronicles the trials and tribulations of adapting the story of Tracy Ellison s life In this novel, Flyy Girl is becoming a major motion picture and Tracy is prepared to do anything and everything to tell her story and to make sure it s done right, from screenwriting to producing to designing In the meantime, she s also juggling the highs and lows of her famously turbulent love life Is it better to remain single and committed to her career Or is she ready to take the plunge and embrace the married with children life Written with Omar Tyree s irresistible urban style, Boss Lady finds the author s best loved character at the top of her game, thoroughly in charge, and taking life strictly on her own terms.

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    About “Omar Tyree

    1. Omar Tyree says:

      Omar Tyree, a New York Times best selling author, a 2001 NAACP Image Award recipient for Outstanding Literature in Fiction, and a 2006 Phillis Wheatley Literary Award winner for Body of Work in Urban Fiction, has published 16 books and has sold nearly 2 million copies worldwide that has generated than 30 million With a degree in Print Journalism from Howard University in 1991, Tyree has been recognized as one of the most renowned contemporary writers in the literary community He is also an informed and passionate speaker on various community related and intellectual topics Now entering the world of feature films, business lectures, and children s books, Tyree is a tireless creator and visionary of few limitations.Tyree is a popular speaker on the university and corporate circuits In his Equation for Life lecture, Tyree weaves together a full proof formula for attaining lifelong success in business, as well as everyday living Ideal for innovation, corporate sales and marketing teams, one attendee who heard the lecture commented, Omar Tyree s Equation for Life speech made me rethink my whole life it has given me the focus I need The success of the speeches over the last 11 years landed Tyree his first nonfiction book deal with John Wiley, the number 1 business publisher in the world The Equation Applying the 4 Indisputable Components of Business Success, is being released in early January 2009.As an author, journalist, performance poet, songwriter, screenwriter,entrepreneur, innovator of various creations, and an energetic and fiery speaker, Tyree is no stranger to the world of contemporary urban influence Tyree became one of the dominant literary promoters of the 1990s, leading to offers of publishing deals by a number of influential mainstream book publishers In 1995, he signed a lucrative two book arrangement with publishing powerhouse Simon S chuster A few years later, Tyree signed an undisclosed long term contract that established him amongst Simon Schuster s top authors.His journey as an entrepreneur began in his early 20s when he started the book publishing company Mar Productions, to release his earliest works of fiction Tyree s entrepreneurial ventures have evolved to include the Urban Literacy Project as a nonprofit organization to inspire reading, writing, thinking,visualization, application and financial literacy skills among disadvantaged youth and adults He has also formed Renaissance Entertainment Group, a partnership with self made multimillionaire Arthur Wylie, to produce Tyree s body of fiction novels into feature films.Tyree s articles have been published in the Washington Post, Essence, Upscale, Ebony, TheDailyVoice and several other publications



    2 thoughts on “Boss Lady

    1. I'm not sure what to think about the book. When I first start reading it I didn't really like it. But I just pick the book back up to finish it and like the ended. I didn't love it, but I like it. I think I'll reread the whole book again.Over all I like the character VAnessa. I like who she turn out to be in the end. Tracy this time around was a little weak for me. In the ended I don't like some of the action she told and why she did those things.

    2. I thought the book was a little dry in the beginning and the middle. Towards the end, it started to get better. Im glad I finished the book because i was tempted not to. I didn't like the fact that Victor was still a Muslim. Maddie and her friend was gettin on my nerves, and Jason is a pain in the ass. Overall, the book was an ok read.

    3. This was an extremely slow read for. I didn't like the book overall but it was a good story. However, the book was more about her cousin than it was about Tracy.

    4. I began the Flyy Girl trilogy years ago and recall loving the first book, liking the second one and never getting around to the final one. I finally checked the third book out and I did not like it at all. I will say, I am a bit older than I was when I read the first book and have been exposed to a lot of authors, so that may play a role in my review of Boss Lady. The title alone is interesting because the character Vanessa-not Tracy can be classified as a boss. The cover states that Flyy Girl i [...]

    5. Tracy Ellison Grant is the quintessential superwoman. With two celebrated novels and a slew of movies under her belt, her story is once again told in Boss Lady by her cousin turned protégé and personal assistant, Vanessa. In Boss Lady we are exposed to a grown up, wiser, and even sassier version of everyone's favorite Flyy Girl. With the encouragement of her cousin, Tracy is talked into taking her book Flyy Girl to the big screen. Hands on as always, Tracy dives head first into the project; fr [...]

    6. Book Review: Boss Lady by Omar Tyree So far in "Boss Lady" by Omar Tyree, I went into reading the book with the idea that it was going to be a great book and a reading mind filled with much enthusiastic. But with as much as I have read I don't really care for the book so much because the story is being told from Tracy's cousin “Vanessa” point of view and it really does seem like Tracy's cousin is kind of "obsessed" with her cousin's life and likes to allude to her cousin’s books as answers [...]

    7. It was a fairly decent book. It was nice to see how the main character grew as the story progressed. A few of the situations were a bit generic but the story was solidly built overall with a couple of surprises to keep things fresh. Decent read but leaves a lot of space filled with unanswered questions.

    8. I didn't like the fact that this book was taken from the cousin's perspective. She seemed alittle to obssessed with Tracy's life - it would have been nice to just have a story with her having a life of her own.

    9. Not at good as Flyy Girl, but way better than For The Love of Money. I don't think that Omar is through with Jasmine (I think that the cousin's name) yet, if he decided to reverse his decision on retirement. Does tie up some loose ends that the other two left behind.

    10. Boss Lady is the last book in the Flyy Girl series, Tracey takes her little cousin after she can no longer stay with her mother. The cousin then becomes Tracey’s personal assistant and also a close friend.

    11. i learned that nobody's perfect. i havent never seen my dad and when i was reading the story i think she should have not talk to him that way cause she should be lucky that she gets to see her dad cause theres plenty who dont

    12. Could never really get into this story. I guess because it wasn't told by Tracy, but instead told by her cousin Vanessa. I rushed through it, because it wasn't that interesting.

    13. tracy is back at again, but now has a whole team of people. wanting to turn her book flyy girl into a movie and gets the help from her niece and her friends

    14. Good book, i think i pretty much predicted the ending. I liked it though because it is a urban book. I'd suggest it to anyone!

    15. Just as I suspected, it was great! Oh how the Hollywood life was right for her personality type. A great sequel to the other books

    16. I abandoned this book at 20% because absolutely nothing noteworthy had occurred by then. Vanessa did not inspire me to want to see how this will turn out.

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