Escape To Eden by Rachel McClellan

 

 

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When seventeen-year-old Sage wakes up in a hospital with no memories, her only clue are the words written on her hand. With a deadly disease threatening to wipe out mankind, Sage must find out who she is and why most people would kill to get their hands on her–before it’s too late.
This fast-paced, futuristic thriller is a spine-tingling read!

 

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Rachel McClellan was born and raised in Idaho, a place secretly known for its supernatural creatures. When she’s not in her writing lair, she’s partying with her husband and four crazy, yet lovable, children. Rachel’s love for storytelling began as a child when the moon first possessed the night. For when the lights went out, her imagination painted a whole new world. And what a scary world it was… 

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Interview with Rachel

What is the most important thing you have learned since becoming an author?

  Easy… patience!! The writing process takes forever, the editing process is never ending, and getting published drags on and on.

What is your favourite writing style?

I use a very loose outline but I never start a story unless I know the ending. 

 
Who was the hardest character to write?

Sage. I wanted her to be strong but also sensitive and in touch with her emotions. This was especially important for her because she was in a world where no one expressed their feelings toward each other.

 
Would you say you know your characters well?

Very much! You have to when writing about them.


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