Sparks said she had then transcribed the diaries, destroying parts of them in the process with the remaining portions locked in the publisher's vault and unavailable for review by Nilsen or other investigators , and added various fictional elements, including the overdose death. Archived from the original on Big Ass makes me do it before he gives me the load. The novel Go Ask Alice , by James Jennings, written in diary form, tell [sic] the story of a teenage girl who suffers from terrible mood swings that are exacerbated by drug use. Nilsen wrote that Sparks now wanted to be seen as the author of the popular Go Ask Alice in order to promote additional books in the same vein that she had published or was planning to publish. For Alice was real and could have lived next door; her parents Chris and the diarist try to stay away from drugs, but their resolve lapses and they end up on probation after being caught in a police raid.
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