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They were best friends, before she betrayed him. She didn't mean to. She tried to take it back, but it was too late, it had already gone viral. Now she couldn't make him understand that it wasn't her fault. They made her do it. But no one was meant to get hurt. Fake Profile is a gripping tale about relationships in the 21st century. It is a story about the rise and fall of friendship and how it all goes horribly wrong when o post to a social media networking site goes viral. "This book is the chilling reality of how making and losing friends online can leave permanent and sometimes devastating scars of the lives of young people. I'd recommend this book to anyone who is, works with, or knows, young adults." NSW High School Teacher
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Khyiah Angel is an Australian author and teacher. She began her career as a High School teacher in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, New South Wales. She spent some years in the south-east of the state, near Braidwood, before moving back to Sydney in 2009 to take up a job in the public service. She hated it and resigned after a few months. She now writes full-time and teachers creative writing. Writing fiction is her first love, but she also very much enjoys teaching Creative Writing to young adults and running Social Media Literacy workshops in schools. Khyiah is a 2010 recipient of the Australian Society of Authors Mentorship for her novel Fake Profile, and is now working on her next novel Say Nothing, both of which are for the young adult market. She has undergraduate degrees in [Education] and [History, Philosophy & Politics], PostGrad qualifications in [Education] and [Technology] and Masters degrees in [Gender Studies] and [Creative Writing]. She is currently working toward her PhD.
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