Suppress. Struggle. Forget.
hermit, hiding away from the truth about my past. My primary outlet and source
of income was my social and political commentary blog. People used to care
about what I had to say. Things changed. I barely gain enough traffic to pay
for my groceries.
the start of a daring article to increase interest in my blog; a letter to one
of the most dangerous criminals at San Quentin. It became something
more—something dangerous. It was too late to back out. My communication with
him had become the source of my livelihood and an escape from my life.
problem…I’m not who he thinks I am.
years, that had been the most crucial part of my daily routine.
had become monotonous, but I had managed to keep the guards in my back pocket
and a “fuck you” grin on my face.
day I got a letter from Candace McCaine. At first, it was just a way to pass
the time, but the more letters that came and went, the more dangerous life was
becoming for me.
dangerous thing you can allow yourself ever to feel is hope.
thousand misdeeds. For McKenna Morgan and Campbell Hughes the lies between them
may leave a shock-wave of destruction in its path.
addictive. For mature audiences only.
been creating her own little world since she was very young. When she was eight
years old, she began to bring her worlds to life with a pen and paper.
works touch several different genres, she has an archetype when it comes to the female
protagonists in her stories — they have to have certain brand of strength, be
deeply flawed, and harbor layered personalities. In her books you will find
themes that reflect the darker side of life with a tremendous amount of depth
and complexity. She also has an affinity for characters that aren’t necessarily
the girl or boy next door, or the people you’d encounter in everyday life. In
other words, she prefers to explore characters who aren’t easy to fall in love
can be found either working on her next book, playing the latest role-playing
game on her X-Box (preferably a game by Bioware), or spending time with her
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