Alec John Belle resides in Carson City, NV, where he is currently attending college to become a high school English teacher. At the age of 16 he wrote his first novel, Before I Break. His hobbies include reading, writing, and obsessing over Pretty Little Liars. He writes about tough topics that many are too afraid to talk about like suicide, homosexuality, self harm, bullying, mental illness, among other teenage issues, and he often blends these ideas with the paranormal. Despite writing such topics, he is a very cheerful person who enjoys looking for the best in life, while trying to help others do the same.

His first novel, Before I Break, reached #10 on the LGBT Issues Bestseller List on Amazon. He has published two other books, both in his series The Forbidden Darkness Chronicles, with a third on the way. Alec's most recent book, The Long Road Home, was released in April 2016. When his publisher Booktrope closed, he decided to serialize the books and put them on Wattpad for people to read for free.
  • Carson City, Nevada
  • JoinedDecember 28, 2012

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I just wanted to apologize to my followers about the delay of the fourth episode of Fear Games: 20 Years Forward. Life has gotten very crazy and I've been extremely busy with work. The rest of the se...
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Stories by Alec John Belle
The Long Road Home (#Wattys2017) by AlecBelle
The Long Road Home (#Wattys2017) Teen Fiction
Brooke never meant to survive, hoping that the suicide attempt would end all of her suffering. After years of rejection, pain, and heartbreak, she feels as though she's not good enough for anyone. Now she's stuck i...
Fear Games (A Serial Mystery) (#Wattys2017) by AlecBelle
Fear Games (A Serial Mystery) (#Wattys2017) #285 in Mystery / Thriller
Rachel never thought her past would catch up to her. When she and her friends are invited to a new haunted house on Halloween, she expects it to be a night of fun. Before she has a chance to realize what she's gott...
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