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Heather Truett holds an MFA in poetry from the University of Memphis and is doing her PhD work in

fiction at FSU. She is #actuallyautistic and passionate

about bringing more neurodivergent voices to the publishing table. Her debut novel, KISS AND REPEAT, was released in 2021.

Heather was born in Eastern Kentucky, sharing a hometown with Loretta Lynn, and she grew up in

South Carolina. She has lived most of her adult life in Mississippi, where she and her husband raised two children. 



Stephen Luckie isn't so lucky in love. He's completely inexperienced when it comes to girls, and wonders if his tics - caused by Tourette's Syndrome – are the reason.

Then a game at a party reveals that his body goes still while kissing. Using the scientific method drilled into him by his scientist father, Stephen begins the best experiment ever--one that involves kissing as many girls as possible. Who knew science could be so fun?

But when the experiment gets underway, Stephen begins to question how he treats girls - and if his tics have been standing in his way at all. With two girls interested in him, he has to figure out what really matters to him and what he'll risk - and gain - by being his true self.

Cover design by Mike Burroughs



For a while, I don’t exist.

Then I’m here, holding a small box and being stared at by a man with burnished curls and a scruff along his jaw.

I know things without knowing how I know them. The wide-eyed man is my husband, Epimetheus. The box is a wedding gift from Zeus. I’m a story, a cautionary tale. I cannot unmake myself, and the box is non-refundable, though I haven’t paid for it.

Gift or no, that bill will come due.


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“People think that stories are shaped by people.
In fact, it's the other way around.”

Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad

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