Author and Magazine Publisher Jana Phillips is Today’s Honoree

About The Book:

POWER LIES is a captivating thriller about power lines that kill and a corrupt industry that knows it. Follow Sterling Barrington, Public Relations Vice President for The Franklin Energy Institute, as she investigates this cover-up from within the bowels of the beast. The Institute’s archives lead Barrington to a retiree ready to reveal the industry’s lies. But he ends up dead before confessing. Sterling’s continued hunt for proof results in her being accused of murder, arrested, threatened, assaulted and nearly assassinated. Despite these tribulations, she remains determined to expose the corruption and reveal the truth.

About Jana:

Jana Laird Phillips is a native Texan, who has lived and worked in Dallas, Washington DC, and Houston. She has a BBA from Baylor University with a double major in Marketing and Journalism. After graduating, she began her career writing in the energy industry, publishing numerous articles in trade journals. When Jana made Houston her permanent home, she instantly loved the welcoming community that gives the large city its small-town feel. The wonderful businesses, events, arts and charities of Houston inspired Jana to launch Houston Hip & Haute, a lifestyle blog on all things Houston where she remains both the founder and publisher. Jana is proud to be involved with organizations such as the Junior League of Houston, American Red Cross and American Heart Association. In her free time, Jana enjoys shopping at local Houston boutiques, dining at delicious restaurants and visiting museums and galleries.

Visit https://www.janalairdphillips.com/ for more information.

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