One year ago, Callie was found shivering in an abandoned apartment, the walls covered in her red-inked scrawls. She remembers nothing of that night. Nothing of the thirty-six hours before. All she knows is that her father, the reverend at the Church of the Holy Promise, hasn't been seen since. Neither has Hannah Rynes, a young girl from the parish. Since that night, Callie's been plagued by graphomania-a compulsion to write. The words that pound in her head and flow through her pen to every available surface make no sense, but are they the key to unlocking her memory?
Sasha Dawn teaches writing at community colleges and offers pro bono writing workshops to local schools. She lives in her native northern Illinois, where she collects tap shoes, fabric swatches, and tales of survival, and harbors a crush on Thomas Jefferson. "Oblivion" is her first novel for teens.