Welcome to Half Dozen Publications!

Half Dozen Publications, an independent publisher since 2011, publishes fiction, creative non-fiction and diversity guidebooks. It also promotes the work of self-published, indie and small press authors through Authors in the House ® events and offers financial investment for talented writers of works with diverse characters and multicultural themes.

  • Love reading books with diverse characters and interesting plot twists?
  • You’ll enjoy the “Sister Nun” cozy mysteries.
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  • Update your diversity knowledge with Advancing Inclusion: A Guide to Effective Diversity Councils and Employee Resource Groups. Great for any teams!
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‘They Still Call Me Sister’ is a strongly recommended pick for mystery fans looking for something that should prove hard to put down
Midwest Book Review
Deborah Plummer Bussey may even break open a new genre of a mystery with psycho-social themes.
Kirkus Reviews
If you’re looking for a mystery with a really interesting sleuth, with a fascinating back story, then They Call Me Sister is for you. Deborah Plummer Bussey gives the reader a look into the life of the young African-American, Kathy Carpenter, and her former life, where she became the first African-American in her parish to become a nun. Then let’s fast forward to her life now as psychologist. Life is going smoothly for her. That is until the death of Channelle Trout…

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