DDsE, Book 2

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A girl, a boy, a feral cat, pursuit by unhuman things. Love, tragedy, adventure, and danger unfold in the diary of a 16yo girl. More
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About Sue Perry

... Concert stage, dark except for a deep blue spotlight. Singer drops to one knee and his narration evolves from murmur to rant. "This is the story of a man who got what he wanted but he lost what he had. He got what he wanted but he lost what he had. He got –" ...

It goes on forever. It's mesmerizing. Uncomfortable. Confessional.

Pretty sure this memory is from the time I saw James Brown, decades ago, but the lost identity of the singer isn't the point.

I've spent my life gazing across some fence or other, admiring greener grass over yonder. I've acted on so many impulses to jump the fence. No complaints, but it has sure taken me a long time to appreciate where I'm standing right now. And nowadays that blue spotlight chant fills my head whenever I contemplate a new jump.

Sometimes I jump back.

I was a low–budget television producer until I wrote a psychological thriller, "Was It A Rat I Saw", which Bantam–Doubleday–Dell published in hardcover in 1992. Soon after that I became the mother of twins, jumped into graduate school, and became a disaster scientist. I dabbled in academia, government research, and consulting.

I stopped writing fiction for nearly two decades, until I noticed how much I missed it. I resumed writing novels with the literary fiction "Scar Jewelry" about a family with secrets that started in the era of Los Angeles punk and persist for decades; then began the speculative detective quartet FRAMES, with "Nica of Los Angeles" and "Nica of the New Yorks". Also in progress is a nine novella series, the young adult paranormal horror romance, "DDsE".

Funny. Back in the day, I had a single book idea at a time. Now I'm flooded with them, can't keep up with them, though I write just about every day.

I live in southern California. I had to leave for five years to confirm this is where I belong. I live with multiple cats, comfortably close to my twins and granddaughter. Like my life paths, my friends and family are all over the damn place. I like to visit them, spend time at the ocean, explore cities, and go out to hear live music.

About the Series: DDsE
The diary of 16-year-old Ella. She mostly writes about a feral cat who sometimes shares minds with her, an amazing boy, and his deadly, unhuman family.

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Review by: Louise G White on June 5, 2017 :
Ella's diary continues to reveal more about her extraordinary life. Loving how things are developing with PaulTrigg and the mysterious Grayfast. Lots more to come!
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Review by: LornaWhite on May 15, 2017 :
DDSE book 2 by Sue Perry. 5 stars
DDSE Book 2 is a wonderful continuation of the intriguing diary exerpts by Ella who is in hiding with Paul Trigg and a cat that she is strangely linked too. I must say that this is a delight to read and young adult fantasy enthusiasts will adore the compelling characters and the different way the story is told. Lots of discovery and realizations with the promise of more to unfold. Perry tackles grief delicately and reverently whisking the reader along in this fantasy that is unfolding delicately and intericately in the same way the characters grow and developed.
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