Author has written 18 stories for Fantasy, Romance, Song, Life, and General.
I've let this place go quite a bit...time to do a little spring cleaning, so to speak.
At risk of jinxing myself for saying so, I have successfully conquered my writer's block and lack of inspiration. I'm currently working on a short novel, as well as poetry and short pieces, for the time being; the prospect of taking up my old works isn't realistic at this point...but hopefully in the near future, this will change. I don't think updates will be frequent - more regular, perhaps, but not necessarily frequent.
Twinkle, Twinkle: Title may change; this is the aforementioned short novel. Still tweaking the plot a little. It stars Cathy James, who is deeply distressed as a result of some hazy dreams she has begun to have- calm, uneventful dreams about a mother and her child that leave her screaming in alarmas she awakens. But even this would be tolerable if she wasn't finding someone else's belongings in her house, or being ruthlessly stalked by someone who seems to have a score to settle... With any luck, I'll be able to improve this summary as I polish off my plans.
A Lasting First Impression: On again, off again project. Unfortunately, I work on the rewrite on whim rather than purposefully. The problem is mainly that I'm having trouble with Allison's voice - I wrote the first draft back in 2004, well over a year ago, so finding it is a bit of a challenge. Once it begins to "put on weight" (or at least, enough weight to satisfy me, haha), I'll post.
The Posterior Cargo: A short story I'm writing for fun, half-finished. It's about two young newlyweds, Nathan and Fauve, who are returning home from their honeymoon and encounter a rather interesting problem while on the road. If only they could get along and solve it...I should be posting this fairly soon, possibly in small "chapters", but we'll see.
Reviews are greatly appreciated...any I receive, I will try to return, but sometimes I'm a bit...mentally scattered. If you'd like me to review your work, state so in a review and then I'll do so. :)
That's all for now...