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Heroes of the Yakuza - Sally

Sally is a background character in my novel, “What the Luck?” In the novel, one of the characters mentions she had a “Heroes of the Yakuza Coloring Book” when she was young. As a goof to celebrate the release of the audiobook version of the novel, I actually created the coloring book.

If you are interested in adult coloring books, and by “adult” I just mean more complex and intricate than those aimed towards children with nothing to do with naked people, then check this one out as it is both amusing and oddly therapeutic.

What the Luck?: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00L6H9GSI/
Heroes of the Yakuza Coloring Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08DBY31Z7/

The coloring book has a bio for Sally that reads as follows:

Sally is 110 pounds (50 kg) of pent-up aggression. Although, with Sally, it never stays pent-up for long. She almost always works alone because nearly everyone gets under her skin. When she does require a partner, she will only work with Six Pints - a man whose tranquility is only rivaled by Buddha himself. Six Pints is also considered her friend because he is one of the few people that Sally has met and not tried to stab immediately afterwards.
No one is quite sure if “Sally” is her real name because Sally gets mad when asked about it. The same goes for the meaning of her tattoos. Also, no one is quite sure what her greatest achievement has been because there are never any witnesses left to recall her actions. Perhaps, in a way, this is her greatest achievement. Unlike her friend Six Pints, who is sent into situations in order to defuse them, Sally is generally sent in when a situation has gotten so far out of hand that the best thing to do is to kill everyone, destroy all evidence, and pretend nothing ever happened.
Rumor has it that when not working, Sally indulges in a very girly hobby, but since the publishers of this book wish to live to see tomorrow, we will not print it here. Other than that, it is difficult to say what she gets up to in her free time. In a way, even asking the question is a mismatch in concepts. It would be like asking what a shark does on its holidays.

Sally in Color

Sally in Color

Sally Front

Sally Front

Sally Back

Sally Back