Author has written 18 stories for Young Adult, Life, Historical, Mystery, General, Fantasy, Religion, and Sci-Fi.
"Your life may be an open book, but if you were making a living trying to sell it you'd starve to death."
Please Help support my Cause! I am lobbying for a new category and would like your help. I would like to see Christian Fiction added as a category. Please post in your profile and email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org if you agree.
A bit about me:
Pleased to make your virtual acquaintance, I'm Sabrina Jennings. I've been writing for years, but have yet to grasp that illusive dream- publication. Perhaps someday. At any rate, I write for a variety of genres, primarily Christian Fiction (I'll bet you never guessed that one)
Random info about the stories I have posted:
Dead End: This is my basic writing, and what I am most comfortable with. Some drama, show all your cards in the finale.
Lilith June's Secret: I wrote this in about two hours, therefore, please excuse any lack of plot. It was for a county fair contest.
Quinby Xander Case Files: I've just updated the titles and covers for the series (03/09/17)! Partial rewrites (hopefully) coming soon! My first ever attempt at first person writing, and only my second venture into contemporary Christian Fiction. Some people have asked about her name. That is what happens when I and my name book are up too late together. ;-] )
A Fact of Life: Just poetry with a lot of point.
Better in America: The kind of Christian Fiction I want write in short form. Not the moral to the story, the story for the moral.
Turnabout: I wrote this as an assignment when I was still in school.
Untitled: (please suggest one- if you do I might use it and then you can tell the world that you chose the title for one of my books. Now, wouldn't that be a feather in your cap? Call it macaroni.): Not quite sure what to say about it. It has been critically described as a G-Rated Western.
Quite Unintentionally: I meant for this to be an under 10k short, but it sort of took off when I realized how passionate I am about the subject of Women's Rights (if you want my opinion you'll have to read to the end of the book ;-] )
On the Up & Up: The idea for this story came to me when I was exposed to a similar (by similar I mean something which I have altered so far with creative liberty that you will not be guessing the original inspiration, don't bother trying, and don't ask me because I won't tell you) situation in real life. I intended for it to be a short satirical work, but I am now working on remastering it into a novel.