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Summary:

NIARA: in one summer a young girl could lose it all... (The Urban Girl Book 1) by [Griffin, Elizabeth]


Rated: Teen or Above
Categories: Original Fiction
Characters: None
Classification: None
Genre: None
Story Status: None
Pairings: None
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 3 Completed: No Word count: 15660 Read: 6520
Published: February 02 2015 Updated: March 04 2015
Story Notes:

NIARA: in one summer a young girl could lose it all...

(a coming of age story set in Philadelphia)

WWW.ELIZABETHGRIFFIN.NET

1. Prologue by Elizabeth Griffin [Reviews - 10] starstarstarstarhalf-star (5549 words)

     NIARA, is the first book that I have written and self-published.  It is young adult fiction.  NIARA is a coming of age story set in the city of Philadelphia during the 1980's.  It is a part of THE URBAN GIRL SERIES which is available on AMAZON. I hope you enjoy the read.  Thanks.

2. Chapter 1 by Elizabeth Griffin [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (5446 words)

I love writing about inner city teens.  The characters in my books  reflect a time period in the 1980's when life was exciting and new for me.  Rap was new on the scene  of music and Salt-N-Pepa was one of the female rap sensations of that time. 

I wanted to show that era in young adult fiction.  You will read about pay phones, walkmans and a lots of the gadgets from that time   The slang and language used in the book is slightly different from today, but I believe you will be able to follow the story.

I haven't read NIARA in years and I find myself laughing at some of the terms used in the book.  I hope you enjoy NIARA and follow The Urban Girl Series on Amazon.  Thanks.

3. Chapter 2-4 by Elizabeth Griffin [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (4665 words)

Hi,  I didn't realize that I hadn't posted the ending of chapter one.  I apologize.  It is included with chapter 2.  Thanks.  I hope you enjoy. 

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