Mallory Hill is the author of Terminal Regression, winner of the Authors First novel contest.
Published in January 2017, Terminal Regression tells the story of Laura Baily, a suicidal outcast in an otherwise perfect world. When Laura’s attempt to end her life backfires, she discovers a secret society of criminals and misfits and realizes she’s not the only part of her world that’s broken.
Mallory Hill started writing at fourteen and has since written 50 independent novels, two of which she has decided to publish. Mallory tends to be a little self-conscious when it comes to her writing, but now she’s stepping out, being brave, and taking on the world like a real life adult. In addition to writing, Mallory frequently performs in musicals at her local theatre and dabbles in painting and the odd artistic endeavor. She graduated in 2017 from Indiana University with a B.A. in anthropology and currently lives and works in her hometown in Indiana.
The accompanying blog on this site is of both a professional and personal nature, dealing with such topics as mental health, writing, religion, and the trials of everyday life. It is designed as a forum for thought and may not always be the most coherent example of the authorial writing style of Mallory Hill. For that, I would direct you to the “Excerpts” tab. Browse at your leisure and feel free to leave a respectful comment or question in the appropriate venue.