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Subject BGD
Subject BGD
  • Country: United States
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BIOGRAPHY

You may call me Subject BGD. I began my journey inside the Shattered Lives universe in 2001, and in the winter of 2008, my muse sputtered the final line for the 112-chapter story, much to my reluctance. I wasn’t ready for it to end, but there it was… the last of this portion of Corbin, Chase and Tylar’s story. As I started to shop for editors, it became apparent the universe I created was far too large to be published as a single volume. It would need to be split into a series.

Writing the Shattered Lives Chronicles helped me process various devastations I have faced, some of which nearly destroyed me. It was my outlet. My escape. My way of dealing when it felt like everything was crashing down around me. This world saved my life more than once. I hope others find the strength I did within its pages.

If you would like to know more about Shattered Lives or Subject BGD, you are invited to visit www.shatteredlivesbooks.com.

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On Fractured Ground: Book 1 of the Shattered Lives Chronicles

Publish Date: Apr 01, 2019

Genre: Suspense

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On Fractured Ground: Book 1 of the Shattered Lives Chronicles

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Publication Date: Apr 01, 2019

Suspense

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Subject BGD Interview

  • On 03, 06 2019

    Subject BGD interview

    Subject BGD was raised with horses and dirt bikes in a small Western Washington town. She was the kind of kid who loved to build forts and get lost in the woods with her dog. In 2014, she went on a European vacation. she visited Ireland, England, Germany, Italy, and Austria. Her first alpha reader was a girl named Latisha. She named a character in her book after her.... read full interview

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      • subjectbgd 4 months AuthorAuthor
      • Balancing life. When my muse is full-force, it becomes impossible to concentrate on anything else. I lose weight and find myself unable to sleep. It's exhausting but necessary.
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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • subjectbgd 4 months AuthorAuthor
      • Almost every aspect of the story is an extremely distorted version of something that's happened to me that I needed to find a way to deal with. I alter the situations until they are virtually unrecognizable and make my characters work through it. An example is when I was 21, a stack of paper revealed my mom was not my birth mother. I gave one of my MC's a different, more shocking discovery of relation, and I forced them to work through the feelings it inspired. The Shattered Lives Chronicles is also the only reason I survived sexual assault. Within this universe, I had control. I could escalate what really happened until it was bigger than what I was suffering and then force my MC to deal with it for me. All characters and situations in the book are 100% fictional. But a lot of scenes were driven by the need to purge what was eating me alive when I wrote it.
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