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If I had to dish on Sebastian Falls, I’d say it pulled me out of the depths. While writing SF, I was smack in the middle of a crisis, and sorrow transformed into productivity. Instead of taking my frustrations out on the world, I poured them into my characters. Now, I’m a true believer in the saying, “Something good always comes out of something bad.” No matter what happens, I’ll always be grateful for the things I don’t understand and how they serve a greater purpose in my life than what is visible.
About Sebastian Falls
A year after her parents’ death, seventeen-year-old, Meadow Parker is close to having a grave of her own.
Beyond her shrink’s false diagnosis of PTSD, there’s no medical reason for her failing health. Only she knows the cause. But if Meadow told the truth—told them what comes for her at night—they’d lock her in a padded cell.
Grasping to help her find closure, Meadow’s best friend, Casey Somner, drags her to the place her parents were obsessed with—the historical landmark that fuels Meadow’s fears and nightmares.
Once Meadow steps foot on the hallowed ground, she has a supernatural encounter that leaves her stricken with terror, but charged with power, fulfilling the legendary prophesy about the coming of The Keeper.
Both the holy and the unholy have waited over a hundred years for a new Keeper to resurface. Like it or not, Meadow’s destiny as Keeper is sealed, and the battle for her soul begins. A sharp double-edged sword, she will either save the world from Armageddon or fast track its annihilation.
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Writing has always been my way to vent and to express myself. I might not always have written novels, but I have always been writing in one way or another. I have this strange habit of not writing when I feel sad or upset, which is ironic, as it is the best opportunity to get rid of those unpleasant feelings. I can definitely not imagine my life without writing. I guess it has become part of me and in some way it defines me. Yet, whenever I talk about my writing to anyone else, I am shy and I wonder if I should change the subject, before they ask me whether I am any good and whether I am published.
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