Myis full of word-documents. I couldn’t possibly find one to post for my ego. Hence, I write. And I write a lot. Some of what is mere, crap! (Thank you Hemingway!)
Hopefully, I won’t bore you with the later. I write because I love to write. Not to pay the bills.
The boring tidbits: I am a mom, (a good mom when I’m not confined in close quarters with the trolls), I ranch in Northern Wyoming (which gives me a grandiose sense of humor), I’m a rotten at spelling and a romantic. (Contrary to my writing.)
I am polishing up my latest middle-grade fiction novel, “Big Horn Catchmequick,” about a young lady, a disfigured horse and their passion to win. Be watching for updates on twitter.
My writing is not all about horses, thank God!
I continue stretching my writing muscles and am comfortable writing across multiple genres: middle-grade fiction, historical fiction and nonfiction. More of my writing prompts are witnessed on my videos on YouTube.
I never intended to make anyone laugh while reading my work. The humor is there, though, however serious I am, nor how serious the topic that I choose to tackle. My work often becomes a laughing-matter once I get my pen involved.
Time and again, my serious prose takes a circus-like detour before completion. (I cannot prevent this no matter what music I play in the background.)
comic relief (uncountable)- 1. (narratology) The inclusion of a humorous character or scene or witty dialog in an otherwise serious work, often to relieve tension.