Hell Isn't Hot

A true account from a 21-year-old woman processing seafood in Alaska. Three months of long winter days and nights are chronicled in this account of sleep deprivation, physical challenges, frigid temperatures, mental breakdowns, and ultimate triumph. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781311667342
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About Lara Whitmore

Lara Whitmore is a 24-year-old younger twin who enjoys daydreaming the days away. One of her current projects, Dancing Fire, has been in production for nearly four years. Another project, the classic-inspired Alice in London series, is anticipated to take at least two years.

Most of her self-published, "non-serious" work is under a pseudonym, due to impossible standards of perfection and plans to traditionally publish under her own name.

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