Kyandreia Jones is a Posse Miami Scholar and a Creative Writing major at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. She was born and raised in South Florida. Her poetry and prose has been published in various college literary publications and magazines such as Red Weather, Grasping Roots , The Black List Journal and The Underground. Her debut novel was Choose Your Own Adventure Spies: James Armistead Lafayette. In the Choose Your Own Adventure Spies series the reader is the protagonist and must choose what happens next in the story. For example: If you answer the question honestly and reveal your secret, turn to page 9. If you protect your mission and try to reason with Arena, turn to page 16. In: Mary Bowser (Chooseco), a tale inspired by a real figure in history, a courageous freed slave, Kyandreia Jones takes the reader to Virginia during the Civil War. You, the reader, are Mary Bowser, a spy. The year is 1864. You are lifelong friends of Elizabeth “Bet” Van Lew, a Quaker from a wealthy Richmond household who organized a ring of women to spy in plain sight to help the Union during the Civil War. You infiltrate the Confederate White House, posing as a servant, and gather information for the Union directly from the Confederacy’s most powerful leaders.