Fiction At My Fingertips
By CS Reid
Genre: Middle Grade/Young Adult/Fiction
Publication Date: December 19, 2014
Lois is a voracious writer. To say that she is a budding writer, would be the understatement of the millennium. Recounts about her family vacations, ooze out the very pores of her skin before becoming transplanted in the pages of her trusty journal.
When her language arts teacher, Ms. Williams, informs the class that they will be participating in The Hillcrest Young Adult Golden Quill Contest for Fiction, Lois is catapulted into the stratosphere. However, an unfortunate mishap could derail Lois’ literary debut.
Fiction At My Fingertips is such a breath of fresh air for young adult readers. I really enjoyed how the author focuses the entire story around writing and the collaboration with the budding writers. We can sense the excitement for writing through the characters and of course, a twist is tossed into the mix that shakes up Lori, the protagonist. One of my favorite things about this book is how the author chose to title her chapters. Each chapter reflects a step in the writing process. A fun & unique read - I highly recommend it!
About The Author
CS Reid holds a MFA in Writing & Critical Theory from Otis College of Art & Design and a M.Ed. in Cross-Cultural Teaching/English from National University. Her work has appeared in diverse publications/anthologies—most notably are: Shadowtrain, Monkeybicycle, Blue Fifth Review, and Burner Magazine; chapbooks, Walking Near the Precipice (Lily Press 2007) and Intonations Heard in the Desert (Gold Wake Press 2008); YA book, Plucking Poetry from the Air (Paraguas Books, 2010). Reid is a freelance writer, educator, and Jazz composer/musician in Los Angeles, CA.
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