The Parker Grey Story
Thank you all for a successful release of Dubious Endeavors; A Parker Grey Novella!
Let me know what you think in the comments below!
Parker was the first story I decided to publish, and boy was that terrifying! For any of you creatives out there, do you feel the same when sharing your work? But, I’m so glad I did. Not only do I thoroughly enjoy bringing all the voices in my head to life, I breathed a little easier when my family and friends still talked to me after reading them!
Abstraction had been in the works for a long time before I finally bit the bullet, and as anyone that knows me can tell you, Parker is loosely based on me. Maybe that was a big reason I was so scared about sharing her with the world? Besides the thieving, I was just about as busy as Parker always is when I was her age, having done the same clubs and programs I write about with her.
That included the Trial by Peers program, yearbook class, Key Club, working at a law firm, and even the martial arts classes. As a kid, I devoured stories like Nancy Drew and Harriet the Spy. As an adult, I love watching modern-day takes on Robin Hood. Between these things, Parker Grey was born.
Of course, I never took down drug lords, a mayoral candidate, or tracked down kidnappers… but it’s never too late, right? 😉
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