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Coming of Age

Everyone knew about the Spectre of Claymoore, the restless spirit roaming the halls of a long-abandoned school, but rumors stirred of who it could be; while so many played into the rumors and composed their own theories, Daun couldn’t help but wonder why there were so many sudden deaths associated with a single school, and why it took so long for the council to close it down. Despite never getting more than speculation about safety codes, complaints, and small-town gossip, the investigation made her aware of a unique focus she possessed, and a dogged persistence that answered the question that so many other teenagers dreaded: what do you want to do with your life?

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  1. Moody Paper on said:

    Reblogged this on Moody Paper and commented:
    For my teenage daughter, whose first novel shares a similar theme, and whose persistence and unwavering curiosity inspires me daily. These stories are compelling, you’re sure to find one that hits home, so take a look around.

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