Recently I’ve embarked on a journey to fulfil a life long dream of becoming a published author. I currenlty have three stories on Wattpad (www.wattpad.com) which are freely avaliable for you to read. Follow along as I begin my journey into the unknown and learn alongside me as I figure this business out.
I am lucky to have bumped into some wonderful and gifted writers along the way which I will endeavour to highlight and recomend to you.
Now, according to the long list of things I need to do, the first thing is to write a first draft. How lucky for me, I have one… a draft manuscript that is. Masked is a paranormal thriller that is sure to please even the most jaded fans of paranormal romances.
MASKED is the first installment of the series, has reached the dizzying heights of #2 in Paranormal on Wattpad and is a non-stop thrill a minute ride.
The next step it so edit and rewrite the manuscript so that it is shiny, shiny, shiny.. This means I will need to wade through all the rules and mechanics of writing. As I go, I will post the stuff I learn so that it might help others in their writing journey.
Read My Stories for Free!
A new drug is exterminating Werewolves. An alpha is forced to team up with a human data analyst to unmask the enemy.
Twenty years ago, the Boston Wolf Killer suddenly disappeared - without a trace. The killings stopped and the city began to breat...
Chameleon In New York
You can choose your friends. You can't choose your family....
After failing miserably at world domination and surviving many years of producing technical documentation, project plans and test plans that no one bothered to open, M (pron. M) Greenhill decided to create something that might actually be read.
She enjoys creating paranormal stories that takes the reader on a journey filled with intrigue, excitement and more twists and turns than are bugs in a Microsoft update.
M lives in New Zealand with her husband, two Minecraft addicted sons and pet Schnauzer who has survived one too many bad haircuts.
Ever the optimist, she hopes that one day she will own a pair of Louboutin’s and that, for once, her husband won’t take a short-cut on a DIY project – or even finish one for that matter.