As A Writer

I write what moves me or moved me at the moment.  My body may be too old to be classified as hyperactive, but my mind sure isn’t fettered in such ways.

I write short stories under the name “Kristina L. Martin” and my first published short story, “A Single Square of Christmas” may be read on AOL’s travel website, Gadling.

My contest-winning short story, “Freeing Blue” was published by Buddhapuss Ink in their anthology Mystery Times 9.

My first novel, a  young adult historical currently titled The Blue Dress, is being queried for representation.

Meanwhile, the many voices in my head demand attention so I keep writing, usually after 11pm and at my kitchen table. I’m currently working on a YA contemporary thriller.

  1. blackwatertown
    January 3, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    Good story, I’m glad I clicked on the link to it above.

  2. June 8, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    Congratulations, Kristina! I’m pleased to report that you’ve just received The Irresistibly Sweet Blogger Award! You’re receiving this award because I really enjoy your wonderful writing. To accept your award, go to http://howcanicomplain.wordpress.com/. I know all of us on here have very busy lives, so please feel no obligation to participate. If you do have time, pass the award on to seven bloggers that you deem worthy. Announce the winners in a post and include seven random facts about yourself.
    :)Sprinkles

    • June 10, 2011 at 1:19 pm

      You are super sweet! Must go check this out now! Thank you.

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