Author has written 6 stories for General, Romance, and Fantasy.
So a little about me for those of you who are interested
I'm 27 years old and I graduated with a BA in Psychology with a minor in English/Creative Writing in 2005. I'm married with a small baby boy (born in May) and living happily in the Midwest (we just bought a house yay!). I've been writing since I was 12, my very first story was an intense thriller that took place in the 6th grade computer lab. It was beyond awesome ;) if i ever find that 13 page handwritten MASTERPIECE I promise I'll upload it just for kicks and giggles.
I'm going to seriously pursue writing as a career choice at some point in my life but i realize that I need loads more practice. I currently have my two favorite short stories that i wrote in college. I certainly wrote tons more than these two but these are the ones that don't suck quite as much as the others and therefore are presentable. That being said i know if i were to read them now I'd cringe at the writing and want to change it all so that's not going to happen.
If you feel so inclined, follow me on Twitter, http://twitter.com/leehorne
A Maneater's Guide to Life and Love - This years Nanowrimo, it's kind of a departure from what I usually write but I like it. If you choose to read, beware as it isn't beta'd or edited in anyway aside from being proofread briefly before uploading. Since it's nano, I'm not interested in spending time perfecting it yet, but I'd like to think that my writing is good enough that it doesn't matter too much, especially for a first draft.
The Blood of Renatus- Have taken this down with the recent rash of plagerism. I don't want to chance it.
Chute- A short one shot I originally wrote for a contest that I didn't end up entering. A bit of a satire of the last moments of a sky-diver when his parachute fails to open and then meets St Peter at the Pearly Gates.
Fraternal--A one shot. Fraternal twins find out they have different fathers when a man comes to their house looking for his daughter.
Room to Breathe--One shot. A teen boy must learn to accept his sins as he comes to the funeral of the girl he loved and betrayed.