As you may have heard, I am releasing my new book The Boy in the Field next month. But who is the boy in the field? And why should you care?
Actually, the boy is not the main character in this book. You are. Oh yes! The Boy in the Field is a choose-your-own-plot fantasy novel. But this is not a light-hearted, fun-for-kids adventure. This is a game of life. Your choices change the direction of the story with consequences stretching beyond fighting monsters and finding treasure. Your choices change the lives of the characters. And that is why you should care.
Fancy a bit of action and adventure? The first two chapters of my story “Uncharted” are on Inkitt for you to preview. It’s part of a competition, so I’d love it if you could vote for me! Enjoy!
I already linked to this story when it was published on someone else’s blog, but I thought it would be appropriate to repost today. Enjoy!
Jenna climbed the stairs, flight after flight leading her into the sky. The sun was setting over the city. Below, a million busy people were swarming through the streets, going home from school or work, meeting their friends and collecting their kids.
Pausing for breath, Jenna leaned over the railing, watching. She wondered how many of them would notice if she were to drop dead on that rooftop. She wondered how long it would take for someone to find her, if anyone would even miss her.
They would notice her if she dropped out of the sky though. Not the quiet, plain girl in the corner any more. Just a mess on the pavement. She would make an impact then. Jenna closed her eyes and gripped the rail, lifting her leg to climb onto the edge.
Check out my short story Karma featured here.