#50PreciousWords and Client Announcement

Hi Math is Everywhere Readers!

Today has been a whirlwind of wonderful!

First I found out that Vivian Kirkfield’s fantastic 50 Precious Words contest began, and then…

I signed my first literary client for Olswanger Literary! Thanks for accepting my offer, Laura K. Zimmermann! I can’t wait to see where this partnership leads us!

Without further ado, check out my 50 Precious Words entry, where I got to dive into a subject that’s been itching to be written.

 

A Dance in the Night

by Kaitlyn Leann Sanchez

 

A shadow stretches.

 

A light leans.

 

From opposing sides,

they creep and reach—

dark against light.

 

They dance, 

circling.

Then—

BOOM!

they collide.

 

Swirling!

Whipping!

Crashing!

 

Creating something new,

until…

 

the light sneaks away,

and the shadow shrinks

back into the night.

 

I hope you enjoyed my little piece about shadows, and if you haven’t heard about Vivian Kirkfield’s 50 Precious Words contest, head on over to her blog and check it out–there’s tons of wonderful writing to be read and prizes to be won!

 

Sincerely,

Kaitlyn Leann

39 thoughts on “#50PreciousWords and Client Announcement

      1. I am thrilled for you! You are on both sides of the desk, as writer and agent/editor. Nice you have an outlet for your creative spirit. Currently, I’m in the middle of a big writing assignment, so I won’t be participating, but I’ve read about Vivian and the event she sponsors. Sounds wonderful!

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    1. Thank you so much and both accounts! And do you ever have those stories that are just begging to be written but you’re not sure how? Shadows have been calling me for a while now. We’ll see if this calms them or gives them more cause to be written lol

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  1. Congratulations on your first client! That is such wonderful and life-changing news. And I love your 50 Precious Words entry. The language is beautiful. I adore the imagery of the dance between shadow and light. Even your words are laid out to dance across the page.

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