cracks knuckles Here we go.
-What inspired you to write?
If EL James can do it, why not me? Just kidding. Writing has always been an escape for me. I take snippets of the real world and toss them into the world I've created. It's cathartic and refreshing, and it's just a bonus when people actually like what I put on the page. Also, writing or storytelling, in whatever form, has to be the most unencumbered form of expression. All you need is a voice and your mind.
My favorite author changes constantly. Right now though, it's a tie between Gillian Flynn and Jane Austen.
Title : Driftwood
-Sub-genre: Fairytale retelling
-Brief Synopsis: A witch who has made a life for herself in the ocean goes back to land.
-Link to story:
Title : The Merulan Curse
-Sub-genre: Regency fantasy (historical fantasy?)
-Brief Synopsis: A young woman in 1813 lives with a secret, chained down by her past. (The blurb on the story is better, but it's longer).
Link to story:
Title: In the Sorcerer's Service
Sub-genre: Low fantasy
Brief synopsis: A young woman is promised into a sorcerer's service shortly after she is born, and encounters more than she expects.
They are a lot, I know, but I try to stay on top of these three at least.