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First Draft Collection: Mommy, Tell Me More

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Mommy Tell Me More is a story for kids. A mom and her little girl are talking at night. The girl has many questions about things that happen to her mom. Though they are difficult questions to answer, the mom uses storytelling to help her daughter understand why she is sometimes unwell. It is a story about love, understanding and honesty between a parent and child. 

COMING SOON: Illustrations by Ian J. White

Mommy, Tell Me More is a short story in a set of short stories I’m writing as a “First Draft Collection.” I’m writing them merely for the satisfying act of finishing something. There are a handful of short stories I’ve started over the years, and I am forcing myself to just complete them: beginning, middle, end. All of these stories need heavy rewrites and editing if I am ever to make them actually good. But the “First Draft Collection” is not about being good. It’s about being DONE.

Hello all. I am a full-time writer who is constantly trying to find her voice. I write fiction, non-fiction and poetry. These days I'm really into writing poems (mainly Haiku poetry), but I like to dabble in all forms of writing. Thank you in advance for liking my writing, but please don't hesitate to leave me a message, to give me feedback on a piece you've read, to follow my page and to share my website with others. I'm really trying to grow as a writer and find my audience, and that will only happen through dialogue and connection! So I'm here and happy to engage with you. Have a good one, and hope to see you around here sometime.

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