Overview

This is a fact-based fiction book that deals with the decisions a 17-year-old girl makes when she becomes pregnant and her problems escalate when her one true love leaves her after promising to be by her side. She doesn’t confide in anyone. Instead, she thinks the only way to deal with the situation that she deems as unsolvable is suicide.

The way she becomes pregnant is not the way anyone would think could happen, which is why it is so ...
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Overview

This is a fact-based fiction book that deals with the decisions a 17-year-old girl makes when she becomes pregnant and her problems escalate when her one true love leaves her after promising to be by her side. She doesn’t confide in anyone. Instead, she thinks the only way to deal with the situation that she deems as unsolvable is suicide.

The way she becomes pregnant is not the way anyone would think could happen, which is why it is so important that young folks and adults with children should read it. The first three chapters are absolutely true (with the exception of name changes). Chapter four and thereafter are true also, but with a few added strokes of fiction.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014036627
  • Publisher: eBooksTalkToMe
  • Publication date: 2/9/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 135
  • File size: 532 KB

Meet the Author

De Flenn is a writer of fact based fiction. Even though the first three chapters in this book are all true, some areas in the following chapters are highlighted to keep the interest of readers thus making it fiction, even though her friends swears that all parts are true. De is extremely interested in the well being of others and this desire was the driving and motivating factor for the writing of this book. It is written to remind people that life is precious.

De received a diploma from The Institute of Children’s Literature on November 14, 2005, for Writing for Children and Teenagers. It is a valuable asset and course study as she further ensures her career in writing. This is her first ebook to be published with many more to follow. You can read the excerpt from her second book at the end of this one.

De Flenn resides in Birmingham, AL. She can be reached via e-mail at , follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/DeFlenn and on the De Flenn Facebook page.
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