Grit Writing my debut novel, The Line, was a gruelling yet empowering experience. I had a rough fifteen years battling high-functioning depression and agoraphobia. On harder days, I would wake up in the midst of a panic attack and spend hours sobbing in the fetal position. The confusion and despair swallowed my life, and writing …

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Silence ‘Insanity and depression are universally illegal.’ [Universal Law, The City] As I wrote ‘The Line’, the City’s sectors became complex worlds of social codes and laws. The characters accept the barriers, working around them whenever possible and submitting when it’s unavoidable. F Sector has the authority to alter any law it sees fit, though …

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