Wait This Time
Wait This Time began simply as a set of journal entries and ideas that encapsulated Alyssa Moore’s adventures as a young teenager. As she neared the end of her high school journey, she sought to create a formal collection of the words and works that helped her get through the ups and downs of adolescence.
With over four years worth of writing, Moore has amassed a stunning collection that is representative of the experiences of so many. Rather than edit her work, she has made the bold decision to leave her writing unaltered, in its original state, in order to illustrate the truth in her expression.
Wait This Time serves as a benchmark of some of the most significant moments of her life so far, while also providing a sense of catharsis to help close out one chapter of her life as she begins another. With this book, she sheds the old and gives a warm welcome to the new.
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