With time running out, 18-year-old senior, Kelsey, must get straight A’s to qualify for a scholarship to college. After living several years on the street with her poverty riddled parents, in by a man she calls Uncle Greg, but he only agreed to house her until she graduated from high school. With four weeks left, Kelsey has to prove that she has a 4.0 graduating GPA to get a free ride to college via an exclusive scholarship, and that means getting straight A’s her final semester and somehow convincing the teachers to change her previous grades. If she can’t do it, she knows she’ll end up back on the street.
In a high school that’s better known for it’s scandals and internal investigations than for it’s high academic achievement, high school senior, Kelsey Smith, has her work cut out for her if she plans to take home the A-Plus Scholarship so she can get a free ride to college.
Disadvantaged due to her upbringing on the street and missing years of primary schooling, Kelsey just doesn’t know enough of the material to get straight A’s, but she does know how to manipulate her friends into doing her homework, and she likes to think she’d good at giving the men what they want. Can she turn her orgasmic skills into straight A’s? She only has four weeks to make it happen! Otherwise, she could find herself back out on the street!
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Stacey Carroll is the author of the new fiction thriller series – Avia, featuring drug running, heroin addicted, pilot, Avia Conn. Stacey Carroll grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana under harsh conditions. For a family of five, there was one mold-riddled bathroom. To get to school, we rode in an old beater Camero that leaked exhaust fumes into the passenger cabin and dripped gasoline from the engine. Whoever sat in the passenger’s front seat had to hold the door closed because the latch was broken. Our meals consisted of whatever was served for lunch and the after-school snack.
The only respite from these harsh conditions was reading, and Stacey Carroll loved reading.
At least once a week, everyone was taken to the libary to check out a stack of books, and we could checkout aas many as we wanted as long as we kept track of them and ensured they were returned on time. This resulted in Stacey reading hundreds of books throughout her childhood and into her teen years.
She went to college at Indiana State Univeristy (ISU) and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in aerospace in the professional pilot program. She has flown Cessna 152s, Cessna 172s, the Pipe Seneca and the King Air. She also graduated with a minor in computer science that specialized in web design.
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She has always been interested in reading and writing, and the first book she was ever read was the Grimms Brother’s Fairy tales. If you think you know the story of The Little Mermaid or Rumpelstiltskin, go pick up a copy of the Grimm’s Brother’s Fairy Tales. You will be surprised when you read the originals.
From the ages of 6 to 11, Stacey read the Nancy Drew series. By the age of 11, she had graduated to Stephen King novels. A few of her favorites include Carrie, Tommyknockers, The Dark Tower Series up to book 3 (That’s where it stopped in the late 80s/ early 90s), Pet Semetary, The Shining, Night Shift, The Stand, It, Cujo, Christine, The Eyes of the Dragon and Thinner (Richard Bachman). In her teen years, she moved on to Anne Rice and got through about four of those books. Stacey has also read a couple Harry Potter books as she was introduced to them in the early 2000s.
She is currently an author and freelance writer. She received an honorable mention in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine in 2008 for a short story entitled The Field. In 2014, she was published in 13 Stories by Us by MacKenzie Publishing.
Stacey carroll has four books coming out this year, starting with Thunderstorms and .45s – 2018 Avia edition. She also plans to release Avia II and III as well as a supernatural thriller entitled The Factory.
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