Highlighted Authors

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34. TuesdayM

“Sometimes the imaginary stuff seems more real than what’s actually happening, and everything that isn’t pretend seems pointless.”

 

-TuesdayM

                It started with ‘Once To Be Fooled’, a Movella published on August 15, 2012, a poem about multiple relationships and being hurt. ‘Once To Be Fooled’ has a nice flow, and I love the way she counts through the poem. The last stanza brings it to a good close, confirming everything you thought. I highly recommend it.

 

                But, it was on July 2nd that the first step to being a Movellian was made, as TuesdayM joined that day. She has published eight Movellas since then, and plans to keep writing. Tuesday has been writing, beginning when she was five years old. When she was about eight, she began to write more seriously, finding out how much she enjoyed it. Tuesday spends her time making up stories in her head, with distinct characters and plot. As Tuesday puts it, “I can’t watch anything on TV without making up my own storyline and changing characters.” Some of her daydreams end up on paper, and perhaps one day we’ll find one on Movellas.

 

                Her favorite Movella that she has written is ‘Following the River’, a fantasy story about Talina. She lives in the future, when the city lives in fear of monsterous creatures that live outside of the protected borders. One day, Talina discovers the borders are down, and strays outside of the city limits. When she tries to return, the borders are working again and she is trapped outside the city. There is something about the first chapter and its veil of mystery. Tuesday has created a developed world, with its own people, names and laws. “I am like a little kid,” Tuesday said, “in the way that I spend most of my time sort of playing imaginary games in my head.” That time was well spent, as ‘Following the River’ will not be a missed moment.

 

                                -Elizabeth Hale

 

                -TuesdayM recommended by IzzyGizzard

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