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And it sounds crazy, but in my mind, I felt Stella push her way forward and say, “Mine. Because she was in the wrong place, wearing the wrong clothes, behaving in the wrong way. And maybe it drives her crazy when her friends treat her like she’s on the verge of breaking because of it. ALL CLOSED OFF will be releasing sometime in early 2016. The first and most important, is that I want to do this story justice.But just because it COULD happen to her, didn’t mean I wanted it to. Maybe it feels even worse when they do what she asks and pretend that it never happened at all. And as such, I have no intentions of rushing the process.As Stella grapples with her thoughts and emotions she’ll be searching for advice, for comfort, for a place where people understand her and can identify with what she’s experiencing.There will be room for truth within the fiction, and if you’d like that truth to be yours, this is your chance.I’ve been hinting at an upcoming announcement for the past week or two, and I am so excited to finally share it with you!I debated for awhile about how to share this, and an open letter seemed like the best way…so here we are!SECOND WARNING: this letter talks about fictional characters as if they are real people. THIRD WARNING: The letter below broaches a serious topic that could be a TRIGGER for some people* Hello beloved readers! And still, when All Lined Up released, amidst the chatter about sweet Carson and sassy Dallas, I had people asking if Stella and Ryan were next. But sometimes in writing, the stars align and a character will become bigger and more real than you could have possibly imagined.The first person who read one of my Rusk University books was my older sister. It’s a wonderful experience, but in Stella’s case it was also incredibly heartbreaking.
I’d like to give you the opportunity to add your voice to Stella’s. When it’s finished, I hope you will feel as passionately about it as I do.All my best, Cora Carmack *Statistic from RAINN (Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network) Stella’s experience is only one story of many.So I let go of all the plans I had for her, and allowed her to tell me her story, which is about more than just sexual assault. And by having the ultimate control over everything from timing to editing to price, I’ll be able to ensure that I’m able to create exactly the story I envision.
Unfortunately, that means you won’t be seeing the paperback of ALL CLOSED OFF on the shelves in most stores. But I hope you’ll add the book on Goodreads, follow me on social media, and/or join my newsletter.
Having grown up in Texas, where too often football stars are treated like gods and can get away with just about anything, it hit particularly close to home. Stella’s story won’t be any easier to read than it will be to write. When Stella devises an unconventional art project for one of her classes all about exploring intimacy—between both friends and strangers—Ryan finds himself stepping in as guinea pig after one of her subjects bails.