Letters To Riley

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Bailey Jued Larroquette

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When someone you love dies you attend a funeral or some kind of ceremony that you hope brings closure. When something ends you just get sadness, which makes the loss alot harder to process. Someone told me once that journaling helps with healing from painful experiences, something I did already...



Short Summary

I am in the suicide attempt wing of the psychiatric hospital in Ponoka. I am surrounded by others in the same predicament and there is for the most part, an instant comraderie I had yet to ever experience in a church setting and I grew up with religion.


Central Alberta

Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

Overcoming Monster/Villain,Internal Journey/Rebirth,Tragedy

Plot - Other Elements

Meaningful Message,Philosophical Questions,Twist

Mature Audience Themes


Main Character Details

Name: Bailey

Age: 43

Gender: Female

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Charming,Complex,Desperate,Empathetic,Engaging,Gracious,Aspiring,Adventurous,Heroic,Blunt,Religious,Sexy,Underdog,Lone Wolf,Unapologetic,Strong Moral Code,Romantic,Sarcastic,Funny,Outspoken,Skillful,Visionary

Additional Character Details

Name: Riley

Age: 24

Gender: Female

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive,Criminal,Manipulative,Villainous,Narcisstic,Power Hungry,Complex,Crazy

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About The Author

I was born Judith Elaine Krahn in Fort Vermillion, Alberta, and raised in a small mennonite community; La Crete, a french term for a german settlement a half hour from the hospital. It makes about as much sense as the town or any small town for that matter. My parents were grade seven educated but both very innovative and creative, who passed on their love of music and books to us four children along with their generosity. I always strove to do better than they did and in some cases succeeded. When I turned 20 my wild thing to do was legally change my name although I kept Jued which is what my family still calls me. My children went still further than I did in life and that included rebellion, hence how this story developed about my oldest daughter.

Target Audiences

Age: 35-54,18-34

Target Gender: Universal

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: Tellwell

Year Published: 2021

Hard Copy Available



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