Previously in Mystery Selves, we meet Diana who would rather be anywhere than on a road trip with her mother to visit Mona’s best childhood friend, Gail, and her escape artist daughter, Julie.
The last place Diana Woolsey wanted to be was stuck in a car with her mother, driving to Vermont. wanted to be home in Austin, Texas, with her own friends and not on the East ...
Previously in Mystery Selves, Julie and Leo venture to a neighbor’s home where he convinces her to stash cocaine in the pantry. In part three, we meet Diana – a brooding, surly and somewhat spoiled ...
Her first encounter with Leo had been a week ago, in the middle of July.
Previously in Mystery Selves, we learn that Julie was adopted from Korea and has always felt out of place. In part two, we meet Leo Wysocki, the boy who turns Julie’s life upside down.
Julie fervently wished her mother would take drugs, estrogen, instead of struggling with the changes in her body "as nature intended" (a favorite saying of Gail's).
Mystery Selves by Nicole Jeffords is a morality tale about loss of innocence and what happens if the thing you dread most should befall you.
Mystery Selves by Nicole Jeffords is a morality tale about loss of innocence and what happens if the thing you dread most should befall you. The novella premieres on ArtProfiler on March 1, 2018!
For two years Nicole has been researching Victor’s strange disappearance and the origins of the Bukh, and now its in her possession.
Previously in A Secret Grave, we learn that Nicole’s wily dublura, Maria Danciu, had possession of the Bukh, but destroyed it. Or did she?