What I Write
Here are the first two paragraphs of a story of mine that Sick Lit Magazine published in January:
The first thing she saw was a ceiling. It was gray, so pale it was almost white, and seemed to be made of metal. There was something hard under her body, and a light blue sheet under her. She heard the hiss and murmur of machinery.
She blinked and swallowed. Her mouth felt dry; so did her eyes. She swallowed again and said, “Arnold? Is anyone there?”
|What I Write||
I’m basically a person who loves stories! As such, I’m a librarian in my day job. Mornings and evenings, I work on middle grade and young adult fiction, as well as poetry and essays. I focus on family relationships and on fantasy and character driven SF. You can see some of my writing on my author blog, and also on my live journal. Oh – I do also write fanfic from time to time, mostly centering on Severus Snape.
A poem, “Charles Wallace: the Sin of Pride”, in Issue 17, Nonbinary Review, June, 2018.
Short Story, “Among the Stars”, in Sick Lit Magazine, January 12, 2018
Short Story, “Sorrow: a Retelling”, in Sick Lit Magazine, May 5, 2017
Poem “White-Tailed Deer” in Issue 6 of The Westchester Review
Short story (a myth from my YA novel, HONOR) “The Five Blows” in issue 31 of Mythic Circle
My Write-a-thon Goals
I again plan to write every day during the write-a-thon. I hope to complete a poem and draft a short story during these weeks. I’ll also be working on a synopsis for my middle grade fantasy, for which I hope to send out several queries this summer. I’m planning to write a couple of blog posts, as well, and also to finally start researching for a middle grade nonfiction book.
I want to contribute up to $50 by sponsoring other writers.