I’ve been taking writing seriously since I was 13. Starting with zombie stories and transitioning to contemporary, my current MS is a dark YA thriller about a suicide pact gone wrong. ~85k words of angst, drama, a lengthy revenge plot lead by an irredeemable villain and an antiheroine MC. Think something “Wuthering Heights”-esque but in a high school setting. I’m a huge fan of psychological horror/thrillers but I’ll read almost anything from romance to fantasy and more.
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Three years ago, Charlie Rosehart and Jonah Cavalcanti agreed that if they were going to kill themselves, they were going to do it together.
Three years ago, they were supposed to jump. He did; she hesitated at the last second, and she watched him fall to his death on the grimy city asphalt, too afraid to do the same herself.
But Jonah Cavalcanti didn’t die. He’s spent all this time in and out of hospitals recovering from a debilitating spinal cord injury as well as her betrayal, but now he’s on his feet again. The mysterious boy from Charlie’s past is back, better than ever, and bent on making her new life a living hell.
Maybe she should have just jumped after all.
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