Most people don't know fear. It is often misinterpreted - confused for something else, but for Sarah Honey fear became very real, very fast.
The second she opened her eyes to find herself imprisoned against her will, trapped and forced into re-living the ghosts of a turbulent past, Sarah feels true fear. But she is not the victim she once was. She is part of a team, and the physical and mental training of her new sport, Roller Derby, and the positive influence of her team mates, might just have given her the strength of body and mind to fight fast and fight hard against an unexpectedly familiar foe.
Trapping Honey is the debut novelette by real-life rollergirl 'Thunder Kaz' from Northampton, UK.
(Cover by Dawn Bevins Design)
Praise for Trapping Honey:
Five Stars: "I loved this story! Karen Pomerantz is a remarkable story teller. I can’t wait to read more."
"Great debut novella. The storyline draws you in from the start and leaves you wanting more, which is what a good short story is all about. Really looking forward to her next publication."
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About the Author
Born in 1981, I'm an only child to two amazing parents who ran their own company assembling Printed Circuit Boards. Following a childhood in private education I attended the University of Leicester, leaving three years later with a degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, and a fiancé, a Psychology student who I met in our first week at uni. After graduation in 2002 I landed a job at a small, family-run business in Northampton specialising in the design of digital recording systems, where I started off as a Development Engineer but over the years took over the day-to-day running of a new start-up sister company to my employer's whilst still doing the odd bit of development. That is still where I currently spend my working days. Paul and I married in 2003, and in 2010 we had a beautiful daughter we named Esme, who put a whole new perspective on life and on sleep deprivation. When Esme was just under a year old, I stumbled across my local Roller Derby team. As someone who is scared of exercise in general, but used to ice-skate as a teen, roller skating seemed like a good way to get rid of that excess baby weight. Little did I know how obsessed I would become with this new pastime of mine. I have now trained with Northampton's Shoetown Slayers for over three years, bouting with the team on a number of occasions, and taking over the running of both the website, and our recruitment of new members. This year I have taken a break from Roller Derby, giving me more time to work on my writing, but the arrival of my second daughter, Aria, will likely make that difficult for a few months!