Wiscon Think Ahead

I think I will be a Wiscon orphan this year. I will sign up for readings in February, but I wonder if anyone would be interested in having me in their group, or on working on a group with me?

What could I bring? Well, I can read part of Hulk Hercules: Professional Wrestler if I were part of a children’s group. With Sonya’s approval, I would expect.

Or, if I were part of a faerie or urban fantasy group, Gossamer and Veridian or Substance of Shadows (especially if an agent picked that up!).

If historical were a group formed, I’d have Mark Twain’s Daughter, or I’d maybe even read part of The Empty Horizon, which is my retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo from Mercedes’ and Haydee’s viewpoints.

I even have a couple of humorous things I could read. And some of this is arty and serious, so it would work for those kinds of sessions as well.

Other than that, I got nothin’. 😀

Seriously, though, would anyone be interested in adopting an orphan who doesn’t eat much, and could be convinced to bring her share of personality? I’m a fairly good reader. Ask those who have read with me for credentials. Even though Mary Poppins says the best people no longer ask for them. *sniff*

Catherine

Author: Catherine Schaff-Stump

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes fiction for children and young adults. Her most recent book, The Vessel of Ra, is the first book in the Klaereon Scroll series. She is currently working on its sequel, as well as penning the middle grade adventures of Abigail Rath, monster hunter.

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