I'm working on the third draft of Reston Peace, a novel that examines the difference between "real life" and art. An adult survivor of sexual abuse, Kenny Reston agrees to act as a case study for a book. When the book becomes a bestseller, it is quickly optioned as a movie. Kenny watches as his life is converted into a gritty form of entertainment. But what emerges on screen stirs up the memories he has tried to overcome.