Introducing Madeline Slovenz
Updated: Sep 11, 2019
I wanted to take a moment to give a shout out to one of my fellow Chicago Writer’s Group member (and obviously fellow writer) Madeline Slovenz and to plug her latest works! Madeline’s recent releases include two short story YA works of fiction.
Komo Saves the Day by Madeline Slovenz
Ricky Perez knew his sketchbook was his ticket to get into art school. When it was gone, so were his dreams of becoming a comic book artist. A heartfelt short story set in contemporary New York City that takes the reader on a roller coaster ride through Ricky's journey to get accepted at a prestigious New York high school for art.
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Pick your digital poison and get yourself a copy. And don’t forget to leave a review. Reviews are mana for us writers. It truly does help to know how readers, whether they are the target audience or not, receive our writing. What works? What doesn’t? Did that sentence you just read make you roll your eyes harder than Travis Fimmel’s Ragnar Lothbrok or laugh so hard tears leaked from the corner of your eyes.
Jeremiah’s Best Trick by Madeline Slovenz
Jeremiah was a natural. His mother said it was in his genes because his great-grandfather William “Mush” Rawls had been a famous vaudeville actor with Buster Keaton in the early 1900s. But Great-grandfather Mush was not so famous that any of Jeremiah’s classmates had ever heard of him. No, Jeremiah had to make a name for himself on his own.
Jeremiah’s Best Trick is submitted to the People’s Choice Awards for the Summer Writing Contest. Follow this link ( https://madelineslovenz.com/jeremiahs-best-trick/ ) to read the story and if you’re so inclined… vote for it in the contest.