Rebekah Wilson made her literary debut with the young-adult theatre-camp comedy THE RUNS OF WHITESKILL, currently available on Amazon.com, Kindle, and other retail channels. Rebekah gets her character names from magazines, other people, shows, movies, household products, and, yes, baby-name websites; she gets her plots from her own life experiences, movies, other books, and shows. Rebekah plans to release her books in print, as well as cater to the increasing e-publishing market. She also writes parodies and poetry.
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The Runs of Whiteskill: Return of the Runs
Two years later, Ace Whibley is back to Palace Shore Drama Camp, where he'd gotten discovered — as a counselor saving for a Los Angeles university education. For eight weeks, Ace and his fellow counselors assist the campers with song lyrics and dance routines in spite of an injury that puts him on crutches and a camp crime to which his popular younger sister Olive nearly becomes a victim.
The Runs of Whiteskill
Shy, soft-spoken camper Plum Taylor catches the eye of handsome, talented Ace Whibley, who once dated Plum's rival Gentry Carpenter, while bearing witness to a prank that sickens Gentry and two other campers. Soon after, camp counselors Teddy and Kristin, followed by campsite director Rosie, investigate the prank, all the while attempting to put together a musical in under four weeks.
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