Today’s post comes after the feedback given from the NYC Midnight and an extremely stressful day at work that followed me home and plagued my sleep last night. Plus another challenging day at work today, so I am hardly in a frame of mind to write. But a promise is a promise.
Before I can post anything further, though, I have to do a shout-out. Today has been 5 years with my best friend, first beta reader and cheerleader, my hubby. It’s been a roller coaster ride filled with floods and surgeries and happy stuff like puppies and promotions, but one thing has been a constant. That’s my hubby. He’s always there, and I can’t imagine a world without him. Love ya, hunny! You’re the best!
Mushy stuff out of the way. Now we can come back to our normal program.
In order to write today’s Author’s Bio, I have used the interwebz to explain what is the best way. Here are some sites that make the process less painful. 😉
Soooo without further ado…
MELONY R BOSELEY
Melony R Boseley is a short and large fiction writer with over 10 years experience writing. She studied music, radio, drama and literature in college and has always been drawn to art forms of all kinds. When she’s not actively writing in her desired genre of Young Adult urban fantasy and horror, she is reading, playing video games and enjoying time together with her super-supportive husband. She’s a Texas girl through and through, but in 2006, she migrated to Australia and now resides in a town outside of Brisbane, QLD. Thanks to this, she has a weird understanding of all things American and thinks she knows equal about Australia, but honestly, she probably doesn’t. Melony has participated in challenges created by NYC Midnight and placed in the top 20% of writers within the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge 2014 out of over 1000 challengers. Currently Melony is working on her book, The Young Mystic: Bloodlines & Destinies, which will be ready for publication in the year 2016. You can see her work now on her website at melonyboseley.wordpress.com.
Yep! That didn’t get any easier! I’m pretty sure I’m going to have to do this Author’s Bio thing again. 😉