Inky draws his crush for a game–and paints her into real danger.
DRAWING AMANDA is set in the under-parented,
high-expectation world of a Manhattan international prep school.
Fourteen-year-old budding artist Inky Kahn is still smarting from the
death of his father. He thinks he’s found his big break when he bonds
with the developer of a new computer game and snags a coveted drawing
assignment, for which he uses his secret crush–Amanda–as a model.
unbeknownst to Inky, the developer has a dangerous past, and is using
his computer game to lure and stalk teenage girls. And Inky has
inadvertently led Amanda right into his path. Blinded by his own
ambition and sulking from his father’s death, Inky hides from the truth.
Will Inky, with the help of Rungs, his cybergeek pal, discover the
treachery in time and save Amanda before the creep ensnares her–or
About the Author:
Stephanie Feuer’s articles and essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Herald, on bettyconfidential.com and in numerous anthologies and literary magazines. She serves as creative nonfiction editor of Conclave, a Journal of Character.
DRAWING AMANDA is her first published book of fiction.
Stephanie earned her Master’s in Journalism and Communication from Boston University, and her B.A. in sociology from Hamilton (Kirkland) College.
She lives in New York City with her husband, teenage son, Tibetan Terrier and an out of control collection of books and CDs.
S.Y. Lee received her BFA in Illustration from Syracuse University. Her work has been
featured in children’s books, textbooks, magazines, and on iPad® apps. She currently lives in New York with her two goldfish, One Fish and Two Fish. You can see more of her work on her online portfolio: http://callmelee.com
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