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Author of STARR FALL, BOOK ONE OF THE STARR FALL SERIES
A SNEAK PEEK INTO THE MIND OF A PSYCOPATH…
One draft of AND THEN HE included the POV of the psychopath in the story. Ultimately, I decided to remove it, but here’s a look into his mind before he unravels.
I watched her from my bedroom window that first day. She held the little girl’s hand to cross the cul-de-sac. She even looked both ways before they crossed. God bless her. Three houses. Six cars. Three in the drive way. Three at work.
When she got to the other side, she gave the little girl a peck on the cheek and sent her on her way. The little girl’s mom stood on the front porch and waved. “Thanks Tiffani. See you tomorrow!”
The sunlight danced off the gold streaks in her beautiful caramel brown hair, creating a halo. I finally had my very own Angel and someday, somehow she would be mine.
I never got too close to her. I didn’t want to scare her off, but she smiled at me all the time. One day, she caught me watching her from Aunt Lorraine’s favorite Tulip tree. With sad eyes, she mouthed “Bye” to me before she climbed into the minivan and drove off. She never came back to live in the house next door to my aunt and uncle’s, but that didn’t stop me from finding her.
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