Songs of Selah
June 8, 2019
Caroline C. Cole is a young writer from the mountains of North Georgia. Her debut novel Synthetic Sanity was recently released on February 26th, 2019, and she is thrilled to be starting her journey as an author. Caroline is a senior at Clayton State Univeristy studying English with a minor in Psychology. Known to family and friends as “the sweetest psycho you will ever meet,” Caroline is an avid dark tourist and total crime-junkie. She loves fluffy cats, her family, and getting to eat ice cream for breakfast, now that she is an adult. Dark humor and witty wordplay are important elements to Caroline’s writing, and she is so excited to be sharing her work. You can learn more about Caroline at carolinecole.com as well as follow her on the following social media platforms:
Have you ever noticed that Mental Asylums are going out of style?! Well fear no more, Synthetic Sanity has got you covered. June Wilson is a snarky eighteen-year old girl spending her summer interning at Maze Estates, a mental institution located in Alabama. Her family only sees her as a reflection of her deceased sister, which drives June to pursue a fresh start; even if it might be a little crazy. With the help of fellow intern, Evan and PTSD patient Randall, June is pushed to put aside her comedic suppression and finally face her sister’s tragic death as well as come to terms with the all-consuming epidemic that is insanity. Prepare for laughter, heartbreak, and startling twists as you join June in navigating through a haze of sarcasm and tragedy to find out what exactly defines that line between off-beat and too out there to function.