New in Fiction: Silence by Jasmine Brown

Posted by on Jan 9, 2014 in Disability and or Neuro-diversity, Fiction, Teen Writers | 0 comments

Silence by Jasmine Brown


Jasmine Brown

Waking up blind is terrifying, but it’s the least of Riley’s problems when he finds himself trapped in a cave with an enraged police officer and a couple of supervillains.

Silence by Jasmine Brown won 2nd Place in Visibility Fiction’s Teens Only Writing Competition.

2nd Place Teen Writer

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About the Author:

Jasmine Brown was born in Oregon and raised in Seattle, which might have something to do with her love of rain. When she’s not running errands for her (very large) family, she’s writing, drawing, and acting. Someday she hopes to become a TV scriptwriter–but until then, she settles for writing novels and practicing her ASL.


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