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Publisher's Summary

Sometimes, falling apart is the only way to put yourself together.

“The story of one woman’s journey to change her life and realize her dreams, or face another crushing failure, Participant is a fully engaging novel that showcases author Carmen Kemp’s genuine flair for originality, memorable characters, and inherently entertaining narrative storytelling skills.” (Midwest Book Review)

Alexis spends her days in a cubicle toiling away at a job that crushes her soul, and goes home to a dysfunctional relationship that does a number on her heart. A devastating break-up with her fiancé sends her into a downward spiral. On a whim, she signs up for modeling school, but will this new ambition save her from herself?

Evolved Publishing presents the story of one woman's journey to change her life and realize her dreams, or face another crushing failure.

©2018 Carmen Kemp (P)2020 Carmen Kemp

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Why does the narrator have British accent? Story is about west coast group. Some ties to Carolina’s and Midwest...sometimes isn’t it better to stick with the story? British accent made whole story contrived.