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Torturing Fictional People In Three Easy Steps

The life of yet another up-and-coming writer

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Rhinestone Glasses and Striped Socks
S. E. Ward is another of the myriad up-and-coming writers currently inhabiting LJ. She is in her late twenties, prefers novels to shorter formats, and tends to lean toward queer fiction regardless of genre. Her current projects include a non-traditional fantasy trilogy tetralogy pentalogy Hellogy (no, really, not an elf in sight), a crash course in the business side of publishing, and multiple attempts to get published in high-end pro publications. This last is far easier said than done. *sigh*

Her writing career to date includes loads of rejection slips, a short story in Torquere Press's New Beginnings anthology, and a case of repetitive stress syndrome.

Alas, this journal tends to be neglected in favour of pretty much anything else (except housework). It'll be updated, um, someday.

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