Hi. I joined the San Francisco Writer's University primarily to meet fellow writers and cultivate my craft.
I am a published freelance writer who has had articles featured in Our USA Magazine, The Sacramento News and Review, and San Francisco Socialite Magazine. I have had several short stories published, the most recent being Flesh Bait in the scintillating horror anthology titled Under The Harvest Moon, released on October 31st, 2010. It is available on Amazon or at the website e-zine pandorasimagination.com.
I recently completed my first novel, AN AFFINITY FOR SHADOWS. It is a love story is peppered with comedy and climaxes in a surprise twist resulting in a fairy tale ending. As a former intern for KTVU San Francisco, I witnessed firsthand the corporate politics and underhanded double dealings of the broadcast world. I love writing and reading romance, contemporary fiction, and anything which pulls the heartstrings.set in the tempestuous era of 9/11. The
What I love about the writer's life, besides working in pajamas, eating at the computer, and hearing the witticisms and music in simple language is crafting the story: its twists, turns, and precipices. The most difficult part is waiting for query letter responses. Although the wait period helps me to get back to all the other aspects of my life which I've neglected, like friends, current events, and Itunes. ;) I'm finally hip to Lady Gaga.
Find out more about me at www.lizrnewman.net
Thanks for letting me share with you.
Liz R. Newman
I'm the author of three non-fiction books and over 300 articles on entrepreneurship,...
www.ransomstephens.com Ransom Stephens, Ph.D., is a professor of particle physics...
Hi, I write poetry and literary nonfiction. I've finished a...
I started this fantastic place of learning, but have since...
"I might extend this one into a novel someday, so..."
"The short story Flesh Bait, by Liz R. Newman, is..."
"Hi. Amy, you've got a new follower. and Vicki, a new..."
"Hi indoorcamping! Welcome to SFWU! I always appreciate a good sense..."
"Dear Esther, I think you're going to feel like Cinderella..."