My dream avatar had one minute left to live if that. The crazed rhinoceros already had me off his back. It was only a matter of time before it lowered its head and crushed me destroying my chance at stopping the thief. I was going to fail this mission. And then I wasn't. I found myself on the ground clear from the rhinoceros's stomping hooves that crushed the skull of a girl instead. Where did she come from? I had been saved sporadically during my last mission as well. Oh well. No time to dwell on that. I had to catch that thief. I had to make these games fair to the people who paid to play them while hoping that snipers didn't pick up on my trail in real life. The girl wasn't a sniper right? I had a family to protect.
Sebastian Tinsley desperately needs his job. Millie Ankerton is seeking an escape from reality unaware that she is surfing through games instead of dreaming. Together they must face-off against snipers and protect each other so they can save the people they most care about.
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About the Author
Finding meaning in life—feeling like you’re contributing to all of humanity in a good way—is a large undertaking. When I write, it’s the task I take on. Sometimes, that task is daunting. Sometimes, it’s full of laughter, joy, and fear. Reaching the end of a book can put me on top of the world or cause me endless frustration. But I can’t stop myself from trying. I can’t stop the inner clock that ticks and tells me that writing is something I enjoy the heck out of and there is nothing that will stop me from writing for long. As one of the quiet people in the universe, my best joy and flow in life comes when I’m creating new worlds and exploring characters. For me, each book I create finds new friends that share with me the intimate tangles of their lives. They cheer and I cheer. They succeed and I rejoice. They fall and I’m there hoping for that happy ending right along with them. I hope that you can find something in the stories I create that will bring you the same type of thrill. Thanks for sticking to the end!- Amanda Heit