The Students Sold Us Secrets, Volume 2
By Lee J. Mavin
Edited by Donna Pearlman
They are at it again! The Students have sold me their grim secrets and I have managed to get their words onto paper without anyone of them finding out. I have been posing as an undercover substitute teacher in order to get a closer look at their growing immoral tendencies and I don’t like what I see.
This collection of twelve chilling tales will get you into the heads of the most ghastly young adults as they stop at nothing to quench their thirst for greed. They are obsessed with things like popularity vanity and often turn to harmful actions when pushed in the wrong directions. Some have even turned to murder in their wicked ways.
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Ebook RRP: $8.99
Published: December 5, 2013
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lee J Mavin is the author of The Students Sold Us Secrets volumes One and Two (He’s working on volume three now) and The Intergalactic Custody Battle. He holds annual the Students Told Us Secrets short story competition for ages 12-18 and he has also taught Japanese, Chinese fiction, ESL and creative writing from primary to territory levels.
He lives in Sydney with his wife Grace, who has been married to for ten years and his two children Declan and Charlotte. He previously lived in Shizuoka, Japan and Shanghai where he discovered the poet Li Bai and also taught English. Since then he has completed his Masters in Creative Writing and continues to teach ESL in Sydney to adults from all corners of the globe.
Lee J Mavin enjoys reading horror, fantasy, science fiction and poetry. He normally selects books by new authors he hasn’t heard of, regularly in these genres as he believes in supporting indie authors all over the world. When he is not busy discovering the next Stephen King he often dwells over lines of ancient Chinese poetry and debates post-game NBA statistical analysis. He tries not to spend too much time online and reads and writes between ESL lessons whenever he can.
Strangely enough, he is also a pretty inexperienced driver, having just got his license to drive a few years ago. Though he doesn’t let the monotonous Sydney traffic frustrate him too much and is always thinking about a new plotline and a new character.
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