It only takes one week for your life to change and fate to seal shut. Jason Wang found this out the hard way. This self-indulged teenager who relished the success of being an internet sensation, lived his life to please only himself. He didn’t care what he said or to whom. He didn’t care that is, until the day he died. Suddenly he finds himself accountable for all the things he didn’t do and realizes the affects of his actions as his sins are laid out before him.
With the ghost of Hazel, a young girl he met years before, he embarks on a week long journey that will forever change the course of his destiny. This week starts at the funeral of a young country girl. He quickly finds out that he was a contributing factor to the reasons this young girl took her own life. Buried in the consequences of his sins, Jason sets out to make things right. During this week you will see Jason struggle to come to grips with the person he was, the person he became and the redemption he seeks.
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About the Author
When J.D. Selmser is not too busy 'saving the world' or 'being awesome' he enjoys chasing sunsets and waterfalls. OK maybe he does not save the world, but he is always dreaming big and chasing those dreams wherever they might lead him. He is a hopeless romantic who traveled 1100 kilometres every weekend just to spend less than two days with the woman he is in love with until she was able to move to be with him. Monday through Friday, he's an IT ninja, defending "the people and their computers" against nasty viruses and hackers. Wielding his mouse like a set of flaming nun chucks, causing most unwanted applications to shrivel back in shame. By night and weekends he is the king of scary monsters and romance sitting at his computer writing about endless love and those that grab hold of it and never let go, no matter. Like most writers his goal is to put the pictures that are in his mind on paper and invite his readers on a heartfelt journey between heaven and earth and watch the war between Demons, Angels and a multitude of other creatures. As much as his readers tell him that his characters shock them so do his readers shock him too. The most evil characters are the ones he hears are the most interesting and some of the ones he thinks will be the most beloved characters are the most hated.