Author has written 15 stories for Young Adult, Life, Historical, Mystery, General, and Fantasy.
"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: 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.