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Monday, 26 April 2010
"Right on time," Daniel Mansen mouths to Alice as she pushes him to his death. Haunted by these words, Alice becomes obsessed with discovering how a man she didn't know could predict her actions. On the day of the funeral, Daniel's cousin, Thom, finds a piece of paper in Daniel's room detailing the exact time and place of his death.
As Thom and Alice both search for answers, they become knotted together in a story of obsession, hidden truths and the gaps in everyday life that can destroy or save a person.
Ellipsis is a disturbing thriller stemming from what is left unsaid, what bounces around in the mind and evaporates when trying to remember. Can there be a conclusion when no-one seems to know the truth?
So today is the big day. April 26th 2010 is the day my first novel is officially released. I'm feeling a few things...
a) a sense of achievement. Even if this doesn't go as well as I might hope, I've still had a novel published before the age of 25. Not to be sniffed at...
b) nervous. Ellipsis isn't really mine anymore. It belongs to the readers now and I can only hope they enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
c) thankful. My friends and family have been amazing. As well as that, some people I don't even know or hardly know have been supporting Ellipsis.
When I read a good book, I get so absorbed that I forget time and think about what might happen when I'm forced to do other things. It's a tall order but I hope someone feels that way about Ellipsis.
Well, let the feedback begin...