Who is this site about?
Liz Ward (she/her) is a short story writer, working on adding ‘novelist’ to her resume. She uses LT for publications. Sometimes, L.T. Sometimes, LT. She cares about the Oxford comma, but doesn’t give a rip about the periods in her own name.
A mother of four feral children and an in-training library paraprofessional staff member (or ‘librarian’ to save on character usage), Liz is frequently found chugging coffee or blathering on and on and on about everything books. From readership to book repair and preservation to the publishing industry to how swoon-worthy a good theme carried throughout a work can be, she can talk non-stop book.
This site is where her scattered thoughts and stories come together.
The professional bio:
L.T. (she/her) is a neurodivergent writer who mostly writes speculative fiction and horror shorts and novels while spending her days creating shenanigans in a library, raising her children, and satisfying her never-ending thirst for knowledge through reading, meeting people, and first-hand life experiences. She has several published short stories in the literary, historical, fantasy, and speculative fiction genres.
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