The past week I’ve been training at a new job. I’m a full time teller at a bank–and I am still really nervous about making sure I know what I’m doing. But I love the environment. The employees have made me feel right at home (and appreciated), and the customers have been patient and kind.
Month January 2018
I was honored to win an award in the Wasatch Writers Fellowship short story competition under the category Mystery/Suspense/Thriller. I will eventually be doing a rewrite and hopefully add it to a collection of short stories I’d like to publish in an anthology, but for now, here is the story as is:
I had an opportunity to present at a writing conference assembled by a group called Wasatch Writers Fellowship on Saturday. We met at a library, and I was the first one to get up with my subject.
Happy New Year! (Okay, so it’s the 4th of the month. I meant to write this on the first, but here we are. Procrastination is one of the hallmarks of my personality.)