Letters to No One(On Hold)
Sang Sorenson needed a friend to vent to. So, she invented No One, a friend that never judges. Recording her thoughts in a journal seemingly helps, so she keeps it close, taking it everywhere she goes, writing almost everything that happens to her.
However, it seems as if someone keeps moving it. It's always been tampered with when she returns to write in it.
Is someone going through her diary? Has Marie found out? Does her mother know?
Apparently not. She hasn't gotten in trouble yet.
Instead, No One has written back.
Printed pages have somehow been finding their way into Owen Blackbourne's mailbox. Upon closer inspection, it seems as if they're typed diary pages, and whoever wrote them is in dire need of help. Owen knows better than anyone; abuse escalates quickly.
However, Owen has zero idea of who this girl is, or where to find her. In fact, many of his questions have been left unanswered.
How have these letters managed to end up in his mailbox? Does 'S' know they do? Why, of all people, has he ended up with them? How old are these letters?
It's not long before Owen figures out how to receive the answers to these questions.
Becoming No One.