A touch is verity

Amanda was born with the ability to touch inanimate objects and flora, and see all the moments experienced around them since their ‘creation’. For the summer she has fled from her young career as detective and the 10 year mystery of the death of her father, to the quiet life of a ranger in Fiordland National park. Toward the end of the hot months, campers go missing, Amanda’s truck is stolen, her friends over the walkie-talkie get into a suspicious accident and the gut instinct she’s had all her life is telling her, she’s being watched.

First page excerpt.

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So, what’s your story?

The time I got asked this question, I was having the worst time of my life (to date) and I couldn’t help thinking a couple of choice words about this man.

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Why risks are no risk at all — WANDERER

This is an excerpt from the first chapter of my manuscript, Wanderer. A 30-year-old man, David Lee-Jacobson, who’s whole life fell apart without ever truly being together, dies. David’s soul moves on to the space beyond life, but his body remains alive, inhabited by a soul who’s never had a body of their own.

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What does it mean to be beautiful?

This is just something I’ve been thinking about recently. How I perceive beauty, how do you? First post in a while, woohoo! 100% sober and not once do I mention b*tch 👍

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