What am I working on?That is a loaded question because I have about 3 or 4 children's stories I am working on...but the latest story is Fritz the Frog. (and it is rhyme..ACK)
How does my work differ from others in its genre?Well I am not sure how to answer that, all of my stories are faith based and usually have a gospel message intwined in them.
Why do I write what I do?UMMMMMM because I don't want to grow up and enjoy relating to kids on their level...*big cheesy grin*
How does your writing process work?another very good question, basically I write when I feel inspired, I have found if I am not inspired, then I just waste a lot of time trying to write something that bores even me..
So my instructions were to pick some writing friends and I am picking some local friends..
Lisa M. Collins’ non-fiction has appeared in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and her poetry in the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. She received a Sally A. Williams Grant from the Arkansas Arts Council for writing. Lisa copy edited and researched on Understanding Global Slavery by University of California Press, and is currently an editor for Metahuman Press.
June is a retired teacher and love to travel with my husband. I began writing Christian fiction in January, 2010. My hope is to minister to Christians who struggle with the same issues as my hero and heroine.