Driving Lies Summary

Driving Lies

 

This novella trilogy by Rebekah Quinne goes back and forth in a dangerous two-way street of bitter-growing foes. It’s head to head action told from the mind of an exploring, youthful ever-learning young woman (Neve), and a mechanically slow-degrading man who slowly losing everything in his life (Jake).

Neve, a young, new-world exploring woman that knows the man who was in her family’s’ lives was up to no good. It was really driving her crazy.

Jake, a frustrated man who his mechanically skills to aide him in eliminating those who have gotten in his way of his ruined plans. He uses all tools and mechanical skills around him to get what he wants.

However Neve knows that this man is up to no good. She also knows he is dangerous with any car.

This is cutting edge thriller trilogy that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It will take the reader on one wild ride. . . . better buckle up!

I love writing; in fact, I believe it’s what I live for.

However I fight with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and now I am learning PCOS (it’s a female things, I am 90% of all of the symptoms.)

I get easily frustrated when I can’t get all of the things I want to done, because my depression, or anxiety instantly drained me. I would love to use my writing to release my negativity, but there are days were I can barely get out of bed or pick up a pen. (I’m currently in a living situation where my computer and sleep Cpap machine are taking up the same space. I have to take one down to put the other one up.)

Last week, I finished chapter 8 after I had to rewrite it (because I had a corrupted file.)  My depression and anxiety just did not let me enjoy my accomplishment. I just wish I can get rid of the negative feelings.

I give myself goal and they usually get blown out of proportion because something happens: doctor appointment goes wrong, my female issues come up (and drain me so bad I do not get out bed for days) or extra errands. I have learned that at times if I do too much that day, my writing (goals) suffer.

I wish I could focus primarily on my writing, but I cannot until I take care of my health and get a better place.

 

This does NOT mean I will stop writing, but I just realized that things will probably slow down, because even today, I had a horrible migraine in my eyes and the humidity just made it worst. I just wanted to write and I know my family is going to want the lights off. Grrr.

I just hope to post more blogs, short stories, and the last two chapters of third installment on  my thriller trilogy set.

I even made a new instagram account Rebekah Quinne Instagram