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As a former teen parent, Elizabeth believes that hiding the secret of her pregnancy
being intentional will only encourage this matter. Elizabeth hopes to encourage other
former teen parents to also break their silence in an effort to re-evaluate the statics.
The constant fantasies of living on her own terms leads a fifteen-year-old girl to
embark on a thoroughly plotted journey to becoming pregnant. She obsessively
studies fertility more than doing her homework. She charts her monthly cycles
and tracks her most fertile days on a log kept secretly hidden under her bed.
After months of actively trying to conceive, she and her naïve nineteen-year-old
boyfriend struggle through events that will shake their world, and shatter
their over-confident assumptions of reality.
From a giddy girl with a fantasy, to a pregnant fifteen-year-old struggling to
reverse her backfiring plot, this memoir is an invitation into the common
thought patterns which are shaping the future for many young girls today. By
making the conscious decision to become pregnant, Elizabeth Jeter altered her
life in ways that she never could have imagined. She inadvertently introduced
herself to a world of ill-intended criminals and quickly plummeted into their
dark world, forgetting her values and nearly completely losing her identity for
the next four years.
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About the Author
Raised in the small town of South Lake Tahoe CA, Elizabeth McNew is in the progress of publishing her first, 4-part series “The elements of life”. Part one, titled “Testing the Waters” is now available in stores. Elizabeth has loved creating poetry and short stories from a very young age. Her first official publication was released on 8/26/2013, “Fifteen &…What!?”.
Elizabeth has also contributed pieces to the Yahoo network.
Born June 28th, 1987, Elizabeth is 26 years old and ecstatic that she has met her true passion and love for writing. She was raised in the small town of South Lake Tahoe, California, where she lived until age 21. She relocated to Texas, Arizona, Georgia, and back to Texas again where she is happily married with an infant daughter and beautiful home were she spends most of her time writing. Through several series of tragic events early on in her life, Elizabeth is applying her suffering to her love of writing in hopes of touching any person who is going through hard times.
As a responsible twenty-six-year-old mother and wife, no one would ever guess that I am also the birth mother to two little girls who were separated from my custody when I was just eighteen. I have made the choice to reflect back on the decisions that led to the tragic consequences that I was forced to endure, and helplessly witness my small children endure, as we were torn apart forever; in only six months.