"Do it," is what Riana Moller told herself as she fantasized and planned about the day she would kill her classmates to free herself from their bullying. She wrote a manifesto. She drew maps of the school. But before she ever acted on her violent ambitions, she found an exit from the cycle of pain and delusion that had consumed her. "Do It," her debut graphic novel, chronicles her journey from grief and fear to freedom in hopes that other suffering young people will find the peace that she did.
Riana Moller is an artist and illustrator, and has spent most of her career working with top video game studios around the world. When she was young, art offered her an escape from the hostile, depressing, and abusive environment she grew up in. She wrote "Do It," a chronicle of her personal journey out of the misery and isolation of her youth, in hopes that she might inspire other suffering people to do the same. "Do It" is her first graphic novel.