New Kid On the Block

I’m pretty sure at one point or another, you have been the new kid. Whether it was a new school, a new job, or even just a new group of friends, we’ve all been there. The main character of my novel, the lovely Cadence, has found herself in just the same predicament as she enters her junior year of high school. As usual there’s the awkward staring as the new kid enters the class and you’re all like:

The teacher is all “Would you like to introduce yourself to the class?” And silently think to yourself, “SURE”

The next few hours and days feel like a lifetime and you walk around trying to keep to yourself most of the time, but of course you have the occasional random person in your grill like

And what you really REALLY want to say to them is

But instead you fake a smile like the pleasant little gem you are and hope they will quietly go away.

Okay, so it’s not always that bad or awkward but it is still a situation that you’ll have to get used to until you fade into the crowd and become just another student/employee/friend. The same happens for Cadence but then all of a sudden

Things take a very interesting turn and at first, she is in straight up denial and all like


but after some irrefutable proof

It’s really hard to keep in all the details without wanting to spill the beans and just put the whole story up but I believe it will be worth the wait πŸ™‚ I just wanted to give you a teeny tiny intro to the main character and I hope you will think she’s as fantamazing as I do.

~Your Fellow Bookworm~

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