This is going to be a brief but poignant post today. I made a decision earlier to finally share some of my work with the writing community. I am submitting it to be torn apart and viciously critiqued so that I can hone in on my strengths and weaknesses and, in turn, make some advancements towards finishing Haunt.
The short story I’m sharing is called Another Case and can be found here (so click here) and is something I worked on between finishing the first draft of Haunt and then eventually returning to my editing and revising. If you’re going to read it I thank you in advance, and if you’re going to help me out even more by reviewing it then I ask you to be honest, but please be kind. You can private message me on Facebook with your review if you like (click here to be taken to my Facebook page) or you can comment here on WordPress or, alternatively, you can email me at email@example.com if you’d prefer to do it that way.
The synopsis is as follows:
Grace is a dedicated Victim Support volunteer who has worked innumerable cases in the few short years she’s been doing the job. But now, when another case arrives on her lap, she finds herself feeling genuinely anxious for the first time. Is it just unwarranted nerves, or is there genuinely something sinister waiting for her at Driftmoor Manor?
I intend on making this part of a short-story anthology that I will eventually publish on Amazon to showcase my writing and my imagination (if, that is, it is well-received here). I’m starting to feel a little bit nervous and like I might regret this decision so I’m going to wrap this up quickly before I wuss-out. If you take the time to read then again I thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking me seriously as a writer. If you’re going to review I thank you even more for helping me with my writing (but ask that you be gentle!). Right, I’m going now before I change my mind. Thank you!