Separate Ways (an interactive novel)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
"This is High School! These are suppose to be the best years of our lives. Isn't that what we are told?. This.. this is bullshit. Starting today this shit is changing. This can't be my life because this.. this is hell."

Lexie [Smith] is a grade 9 student. Freshman. Fresh meat. The shadow cast by her older brother seems infinitely long as she tries to break the mold of her pre-planned suburban life and find herself.

NOTE: An interactive novel. This novel was inspired by the idea that reader and fan input would have an actual footing in the outcome of the story. Your questions, comments and concerns, I am sure, are always important to an author, but here.. here you can name characters and places and decide crucial outcomes that will genuinely influence the novel!

HOW? At the end of each chapter I will ask a handful of questions. You make suggestions, and we see what happens. As readership grows, so will reader influence. Excited?

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Separate Ways (an interactive novel)

Submitted: June 18, 2013

"This is High School! These are suppose to be the best years of our lives. Isn't that what we are told?. This.. this is bullshit. Starting today this shit is changing. This can't be my life because this.. this is hell."

Lexie [Smith] is a grade 9 student. Freshman. Fresh meat. The shadow cast by her older brother seems infinitely long as she tries to break the mold of her pre-planned suburban life and find herself.

NOTE: An interactive novel. This novel was inspired by the idea that reader and fan input would have an actual footing in the outcome of the story. Your questions, comments and concerns, I am sure, are always important to an author, but here.. here you can name characters and places and decide crucial outcomes that will genuinely influence the novel!

HOW? At the end of each chapter I will ask a handful of questions. You make suggestions, and we see what happens. As readership grows, so will reader influence. Excited? Read Chapter


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