When seventeen-year-old Judith meets Cain, she has no idea what she’s getting herself into. Cain is the most beautiful human being Judith has ever seen, but he hides a dangerous secret. When Jo-Jo, Cain’s surrogate father, offers her a job, she accepts, unaware she’s been recruited as a pawn in Jo-Jo’s ecoterrorist plot.
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is for Symbolism Sometimes a red rose is just a pretty flower sitting in a vase on the shelf while others it is a symbol of love. Visual symbols, like the rose, are usually … Continue reading
is for Repetition Repetition occurs when a word or phrase is repeated for emphasis or effect. In I Am, Was, Will Be Alice, when Tina learns Alice and Pete have not had sex yet, … Continue reading
is for (Rhetorical) Questions Q is another one of those weird letters for which I really couldn’t find a device, so I’ll have to fudge it (just a bit). Q is for questions of … Continue reading
is for Onomatopoeia The term onomatopoeia describes when a word sounds like what it means. Some examples of this are hiss, bark, bang, and boom. In my Alice Untitled YA novel, Alice finds she … Continue reading