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Have completed Virgins and I am looking for publishing options. Aug 15, 2016
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- Genres I write in...:
- Contemporary Romance
- Romantic Elements
- SF Romance
- Women's fiction
- Fantasy (high,dark, light)
- Urban Fantasy
- Young Adult
- New Adult
- Literary Fiction
- Time Travel
- Science Fiction
- Short fiction & Novellas
- Middle grade
- Plays and Scriptwriting
- Paranormal Romance
Completed Virgins, the first book of the Sylph's paranormal/fantasy series - approx. 56,000 words.
"It is said that at nine months old I was found dead but was revived by my grandmother's prayers. From an early age, I witnessed, heard and or read stories about saints, bizarre events, angels, the occult, demons and other spirits."
From a collection of 72 poems, some are published in The Scruffy Dog Review, Yoyita.com, Poetry for Conservation, and Wildwood Literary Review. Freelance writer for CBS Sacramento Arts&Entertainment, Examiner.com and Ex Files.
Despite childhood poliomyelitis, became a dancer and choreographer. During college, anchored and hosted a community TV show. For 30 years was employed by California state and county governments. Also volunteered at various non-profit organizations.
Studied writing at UC Davis, CSU Sacramento, participates in numerous workshops and classes offered by Writers Digest, Gotham Writers, Odyssey, Poynter, and others. Attends conferences, seminars, and writing/critique groups on a regular basis.
Lives with husband in Northern California's foothills. A social activist, blogger and loves bird watching, Yoga, nature and travel.
Other work in progress:
Haya's Children: Book two of Sylphs series.
Crackacaras: Fantasy/Paranormal about cliff people
Shoeshine For A Dime: YA fiction - poor boy is successful
Judy Malone: A woman's revenge after infidelity.
Sweet Dreams: A family tale, from addiction to recovery
The Dancer: Struggling dancer finds love
Webpage: Marta C. Weeks, Author
Book cover for Virgins: by Bob Keck: Owner/Photographer/Artist at Digital Dreams