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Allie Went Rogue: How Being An Outlier Helped Me Think Clearly and Live Fully

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by: by Allison Ross
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Publication Date: September 28, 2020
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 156
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Like everyone, Allie spent her formative years trying to discover who she was. But life decided there were going to be exceptions to the rule, not least of which was a devastating illness at the age of sixteen. From her sheltered childhood, to an unusually progressive college experience… An early musical talent that blossomed into a diversified career... And getting her fifteen minutes of TV fame... Every word of this book is true, even the parts that are unbelievable.

"Cool. I'd read the h*ll out of that"
- Galen W.

"How is your book going?"
- Keith S., at least weekly

"I don't read, but I'd probably get through 7 or 8 pages of it. As long as it's not about other books."
- Anonymous

"Am I in it?"
- Everyone, at some point

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About The Author
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ABOUT "ALLIE"

A born entertainer, Allison Ross has been a full-time musician for sixteen years. Frustrated that a sarcastic deadpan can't be captured by sheet music, she started writing as a creative outlet in her early twenties. However, her first work was produced at the age of seven: a short story about a dog named Penny who ran out of dog food and was sad.

This is her first book.

Ms. Ross often writes for freelance publications, and loves the attention of public speaking. You can contact her at AllisonRL355@gmail.com, or gawk adoringly at her real dog and her plants on Instagram: @alliewentrogue