The Nightmare Vacation by M.C. Questgend

The Nightmare Vacation by M.C. Questgend

“The Nightmare Vacation” is fictional tale about Chris Granger, a young man fresh out of college who decides to travel through Europe to see the world before he settles into his adult life and career. During his trip, a terrible mistake leaves him facing a frightening future, which he must now accept. His journey puts him in the unenviable position of facing his parents and explaining the embarrassment to those closest to him and starting a new life with almost no direction. That is until he meets Nicki, who has a unique perspective on his recent demise. With the help of Nicki and his sister, Chris learns how to be human again, only in a different skin.

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Hi MC,

I want start by saying how sorry I am. I am a fan of your books, at least some of them, but I don’t feel comfortable leaving comments. I have read a few of your stories online and picked up a couple at a bookstore for the homeless and my favorites are Its a Complicated Life and Nightmare Vacation. I know you write a lot of sex stories, but I wish you would write more stories like these cause they mean more then just getting off to sex. They remind me of my life and how hard it is to be the person I think I was always meant to be. I know you are like me in some ways and wonder what it was like for you to live in secret. I am trying hard to survive and live my life the way I think I should, but sometimes wonder if I made a mistake. If I did, I don’t know if I can reverse the mistake now – too much has happened and I am trying to pick up pieces, but pieces are missing or destroyed. I don’t know if I can recover, but I want you to know that when I feel down, your books remind me to keep going.

“Belle”

Belle,
No need to apologize. I completely understand how you feel. Thank you for the kind words and I am glad that I was able to help you in some small way. My choices to write about specific topics are based on what inspires me and everyone is different so I can understand how some topics or stories may not fit your fancy. It sounds like you have faced some struggles but remember that if you can find something… anything to keep you moving forward – even if it’s only one step a day – you are one step closer to where you want to be. You can’t control the past, but you can learn from it and mistakes are not always a bad thing – they are opportunities to learn and grow and sometimes we need a shoulder to cry on or just an ear willing to listen. I can be that ear if you ever need someone to talk to. I don’t have all the answers, but I am willing to help you if I can.

Hang in there,
MCQ

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