Sabine is a budding poet who was practically born with a pencil in her hand. Though her intelligence and maturity far surpasses that of those around her, she lacks the confidence and social graces to come out of her shell.
She’s been forced on numerous occasions in the past to slip inside the glass double doors of Hilltop Baptist Church. The youth group was her mom’s idea, really. A shot-in-the-dark way for Sabine to try and make some wholesome friends in a wholesome place. Not that it ever worked out—at least she was usually able to make it out with minimal negative attention as her plain-old invisible self.
This time was different. She always hoped it would be different, but not like this.
When Sabine decides she’s had enough of this life, she ends it and becomes more visible than she’s ever been before. Is it possible she wasn’t as forgettable as she once thought? The only way to find out is to watch the aftermath unfold, and no matter the outcome, she can’t do a thing about it. No one can… …or can they?
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Chelsea Vanderbeek has been writing fiction and poetry for most of her life. She has previously been featured in Ars Poetica, the small-press publication of Warren County Community College. Her debut novella, Forget Me, was published in May of 2017 by Quiet Fire Books. Forget Me was also labeled as a 5-star entry in the 2017 ATAI Book Award Contest.
Chelsea currently lives with her family in New Jersey. When she’s not writing, she plays a variety of instruments (such as piano, violin, and guitar), watches comedies and hopes to (someday) learn to speak Italian. She would encourage you to visit her website, www.chelseavanderbeek.com, where you can find updates on her upcoming releases.