My Marissa and Josephine short story is turning out well. Now I have to figure out what needs to happen next. Maybe have them go to the lab where Marissa was created and where Josephine was born. And of course, the bad guys show up like they always do. So I still have a bit to write. Altogether, I have 6,471 words and 23 pages. I think it’s already too long, so I need to end it quick and fast. And I still have to make a cover for it as well. I have an idea for that, but not sure if I will use it or not. I’m having a lot of fun working with this short story.
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Ashley B. Lovell is the author of her first published novel The Wish. She lives in her apartment with her two cats (Spook and Batman.) She started to write in the summer of 2005. Throughout her writing career she has written lyrics, poems, short stories and novel series. She joined the Marion County Writers Workshop in 2010. She was in the top 10 in The Write Place book contest. And also, has several short stories featured in charity anthologies. When Ashley was growing, she lived out in the country surrounded by cows, chickens, cats, five dogs, corn fields, dirt roads, and a patch of woods behind the house. She loves to drink French Vanilla coffee in the mornings when she writes. She is also a big huge support of black cats and believes they are good luck. She loves to write creepy ghostly horror stories in the pitch darkness. You can find Ashley at Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram to see updates and news on her work. View all posts by Ashley Lovell Author