New Book Release – CHARGED (YA Dystopian Thriller)

New Book Release – CHARGED (YA Dystopian Thriller)

New Book Release - CHARGED (YA Dystopian Thriller) I've been busy putting the finishing touches on my latest novel for the last couple of months, and I've finally brought it to life! If you love emotional dystopian drama in the strain of psychological thriller, you'll love Charged, the second book in my young adult dystopian thriller series, Bought. This book, my fourth young adult novel, was, by far, the hardest, most emotional book I've written. I thought my debut novel Shattered was difficult to write (it was an emotional roller coaster ride for me), but Charged has taken the top slot. There are deeply emotional scenes, adrenaline-pumping action scenes, and lots of tension amongst all the main characters. In this story, confident and capable Fira Moseley is left broken and struggling to overcome fears and setbacks. Here's a bit more detail... *** How far would you go to protect the people you care about? Fira Moseley created the antidote for the lethal injection the NRC was about to...
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A Look Inside the Story Idea for BOUGHT

A Look Inside the Story Idea for BOUGHT

A Look Inside the Story Idea for BOUGHT - My YA Dystopian Thriller Series (Plus an Excerpt!) When the idea for BOUGHT, my latest young adult dystopian thriller, came to me last summer, I was torn. Did I really want to write a book about abortion? My what-if was, what if the government was raising an army of unwanted children whose mothers were imprisoned for attempting abortion? In Fira Moseley’s world, mothers who attempt an abortion are charged with attempted murder and serve a life sentence in federal prison. Fira, an “unwanted child,” is a ward of the state and her mother is serving a life sentence. From birth, she has lived in a fortified city created by the government and the Network for Recovered Children (the NRC) and she’s been taught to believe certain things about society. Everyone knows abortion is a controversial topic. So, when the idea came up, I had my qualms. But when a story idea strikes and it...
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