Author has written 14 stories for One Tree Hill, and Camp Rock.
*PUBLISHED SINCE 2013*
What will be, will be - Turning Eighteen is a milestone. For some people, it's a good thing, and for some, it's not. Eighteen is the age where most people will stand at a crossroads. As an adult, you are free to do as you please; yet you also have to make your own decisions. Some people are very good at making life decisions; they know what they want, and how to get it. For others, it's more difficult. The crossroads that they've arrive at has no road signs, telling them where to go, to get to where they want to be. They don't know which path to choose.
So how do Kate's actions affect her sister, Jenny Thomas' life when she turns 18; and will Jenny accept this new responsibility? How will she get to where she wants to be?
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Dedication - This book, plus all and any which may follow, is dedicated to all of you whom have helped to make me the person that I am today.
Acknowledgements -When writing this specific story, I must confess there were several different influences. Of course, the obvious would be to thank my family - without them this would never have been possible. Without my family, I would never have discovered writing, nor decided to take it up as a hobby on my own.
Thanks owed also go to my good friends, Jodie, whom this was originally written in dedication to. Shay, Jen Jade, Emily...everyone who helped me come out of my shell at the time where writing became very prominent in my life.
I'd also like to thank Soldiers and Heartbeats - No, I won't start listing off names.
If it wasn't for Soldiers and Alouders, this story would never exist. You guys gave me the confidence to write, and to believe in my writing. I felt good about something I did, thanks to all of your help, criticism, guidance and support. Believe it or not, no one can get anywhere in this world without a little bit of critique.
Then for the Heartbeats. So when I met you guys I had already been writing, and proud of that fact, for quite some time, this was certainly already written, but you guys made me believe that even though my work had been rejected before, I could still make it. You made me fight, and stuck with me while I stressed out and cried. Thank you for being that support mechanism that I needed to have confidence to send this manuscript off for publishing.
Finally, I want to thank all the haters. Anyone who ever called me names and picked on me - thank you for making me strong enough to do this.
To all the above mentioned, thank you for teaching me to Dream Big; Fly High.