The Divinity Bureau
Tessa Clare is a freelancer, digital nomad, and author. Her young adult debut book, The Divinity Bureau, was released in September 2017 and debuted in the top 40 in three categories on Amazon. Her book has been featured in numerous blogs and publications, including USA Today's Happy Ever After.
The Divinity Bureau
The Hunger Games meets Romeo and Juliet in this must-read new adult dystopian romance. Debuted in the top 40 in the Romance and Dystopian categories on Amazon!
One in three Americans are at risk of developing kidney disease - but it remains shockingly undiagnosed. It causes more deaths than breast cancer or prostate cancer - and it can happen at any age, especially if you have risk factors like diabetes, high blood pressure, and genetic factors.
Seven years ago, when I started writing my first dystopian book, the idea of overpopulation seemed so far-fetched that it seemed like the equivalent to writing a fantasy. My book was about overpopulation and a corrupt government bureau that decided who lived and who died.
If plot development, characterization, and the setting is the most exciting part of the writing process, then grammar is the part that we enjoy the leas...
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My quest for love takes me across continents. In the last year, I've never spent more than a few weeks in the same city as someone I've dated. While my friends at home have on-and-off flings with their exes, my relationships tend to end with someone getting on an airplane.
Once, I had illusions that I'd find the love of my life by chance; maybe at a restaurant or a coffee shop. We'd make eye-contact. One of us would walk over. We'd start a conversation.
Half a million people in the US are homeless on a given night. I was one of them. Homelessness often doesn't start with one catastrophic event. Instead, it starts with a series of events - maybe the first whisper of layoffs at your company, your first drink, your first late notice on your electric bill, or the first moment of panic when you realize that you can't afford to pay your rent.