Do You Still Love Your High School Crush?

My YA story, starting on page 103 of the January issue of BTS Book Reviews.

My YA story, starting on page 103 of the January issue of BTS Book Reviews.

WOVEN is my new YA short story that is published in the January issue of BTS Book Reviews magazine. When Maggie runs into her middle-school heart throb many years later, there’s just one question that concerns her: Does he remember me?

I think we all know that feeling. You want to believe that you’re unforgettable but, realistically, you also know that there is an army of your former classmates who you probably wouldn’t recognize if you had an open yearbook and a DNA kit. What are the chances that the kid you liked, liked you back? And what if you discover that, despite time and complications, a crush could morph into true love. Maggie has that chance. But she also has one of those major complications. The most major type of major…  Read Woven on page 103 of BTS Book Reviews magazine to find out if the threads of our lives can actually form a nice, cozy blanket for us when life is at its coldest.

I hope you enjoy the story and Happy New Year!

~Kellyann

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About Kellyann Zuzulo

I'm a published author and a professional editor. Basically, I write and read. Check out my books at Boroughs Publishing Group. I've won some awards, but read my books...decide for yourself. And if you need help to get your book into shape, I'm here.

Posted on January 2, 2014, in Recommended Books, Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Sounds AWESOME, KellyAnn. That sort of love can haunt us forever. Can’t wait to check it out.

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