It is 1968. Margaret is working in the White House during the tumultuous Vietnam War while the country is still grieving the loss of President Kennedy. The morning after a White House party, she wakes up in a haze of confusing memories. A few weeks later, she realizes she’s pregnant, and her world is shaken.
In one week The Unseen will release on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. I started writing The Unseen three years ago when I was in the throes of human trafficking awareness projects for the non-profit I work for. After extensive research and countless hours reading journals, government reports, and articles, I felt there wasn’t a good, cohesive, story to tell about this plight. The stories written of redemption and hope were few. And, more importantly, we needed stories that would motivate and inspire change.
Imagine driving past middle
and high schools and they start to disappear. Taking every student inside with
them. Young friends and family members just gone with no explanation, no trace
of existence. The common thread is not race, religion, or gender, but rather it
is their age.The
average American middle school has 600 students, ages 10-13. The average
American high school has 700 students, ages 14-18. Together they make up 40% of
the United States student population and many are susceptible to being