Keyhole Confessions: Why I Failed History

Mates by Design is coming along but I realized I needed to add another story line. On the one hand, it will give a richer feeling to the world and set a great background for Hunting Red and Chasing the Wolf, and that’s a good thing. On the other hand, it’s going to more than double the length of the book, which is also a good thing but means it’s going to take me longer to write.

What does that mean? Well, that means I’m going to be putting out some short stories as I work my way through Mates by Design and Why I Failed History is the first. Actually, I think Amanda and the Automatic Butler was the first, seeing as it’s the start of a series that’s actually the fourth story in the series…I really need to make a chart organizing all these things.

Keyhole Confessions is the third series I started this month, all with a different flavor. I plan to put out at least 3 more stories in each series which will go out over the next 2 months. Keyhole Confessions: Why I Failed History is a bit different for me. A lesbian story that has a feel much closer to the Breaking Mason series than Amazing Girl, I almost released it under a different name. I’m glad  I didn’t.

 

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Cassandra St. Clair is confident, self-absorbed and in danger of failing History. When she goes to confront her teacher to demand a higher grade, she finds herself thwarted by a locked door. What she sees peeping through the keyhole changes her plans but it’s what happens after that changes her attitude. 

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