Despite my hours of watching the Olympics (and other activities), I feel that I am ready to restart writing my serial novel, The Teen Rebels. To be sure that you know what you’re getting into, the Teen Rebels is a story mainly for adults, especially those who were growing up in 1988-1989. The story covers many issues such as child abuse, mental disabilities, bullying/peer pressure, friendship, family obligation, and even some controversial issues such as racism, teen pregnancy, the Seoul, South Korea Olympics, the 1988 presidential election and even AIDS.
In short, nothing will be left out in this story.
The story about Josie Tremlett-Kahn, Seth Burke, Moira Downing, and Trixie Leigh Kalbrunner will have as many twists and turns as a mountain road. Characters will die or at least end up incapacitated. None of the Teen Rebels will escape from this story unscathed, seeing as they will be dealing with secrets and people who do not want them to be friends at all.
And that’s just for starters.
And yes, you’re welcome to buy my book Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever on Amazon.com.
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