Faded, Stupid, and Reckless

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About the author:
I could write this in the third person, but you all know I'm writing it myself anyway. My name is Molly Louise Hudelson, and I'm currently a junior at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where I'm majoring in psychology and minoring in marketing. I'm originally from the town of Westfield, New Jersey, and some of my most treasured memories growing up are of spending summer days on the beach in Long Beach Island. I love music more than anything else in the world (except perhaps writing), and have been lucky to be involved in it in many ways. I have a strong liking for zebra print, and have been a vegetarian for over five years. I'm also a proud sister of the sorority of Sigma Psi.

Though I've been writing since I was 13 years old and have completed several stories, Faded, Stupid, and Reckless is my first actual book. But never fear: there will be plenty more to come.
I also run a music blog, Circles & Soundwaves (circlesandsoundwaves.com), where you can find news, reviews, interviews, and more. Circles & Soundwaves focuses on alternative, up-and-coming, and underground bands, and is here for you to catch up on old favorites, read up on what's hot in the scene, and maybe- just maybe- find your new favorite band.

Faded, Stupid, and Reckless
 

Authored by Molly Louise Hudelson

"Faded, Stupid, and Reckless" was born in June 2006 and was originally published online. Here it is, almost six years later, available in book form.

Katie and her parents moved to Montreal, Canada, from a small New Jersey town. Soon after moving in, she meets Pete Corey and his friends, and romance blossoms.

$1 from the sale of each book will be donated to Hopeline at 1-800-SUICIDE.


Publication Date:
Feb 29 2012
ISBN/EAN13:
1468194763 / 9781468194760
Page Count:
220
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Love & Romance




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