Teaser Tuesday

It’s that time again!

Tell us about your work in progress! Or something that you have published! Or link to some one else’s great writing to help us see them!

Give us a teaser and links to find you!

Also!!! Remember the Deadline for Through the Sunshine is Friday! We have received a wonderful set of stories and look forward to sharing them with you. We are looking at starting to tell you about the authors involved and more about the anthology starting next week.

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  1. My work in progress is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast. That has always been my favorite fairy tale, and my grandmother who is currently battling bone cancer is the inspiration for my Belle character. My Gramma is stubborn, smart, kind, witty, badass, and one of the best people I’ve ever been blessed with in my life, so I am delighted to share some of her story in my novel. I’ve put my own twist on several aspects of the original and hope to one day share it with the world. Here is the link to my blog where you can read my poems, short stories, musings, and the occasional rant (Hey, I’m human, too!).

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