Princess Peculiar

Samantha Smiley had always achieved a simple by rules kind of life; finished college with a degree, went to church every Sunday and avoided anything that looked like trouble, until one day her new neighbor was rushed off to the emergency room and her eight-year-old daughter was left behind in her care. At first, she thought that this would be easy until she quickly realized... More

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About Caitlin Blue

Caitlin Blue is an e-book writer of fun fables with relatable life situations that seem so real you want to step right in and experience it with the characters.

Her inspiration comes from the life all around from which we live in. Her live evolves, not revolves, around her two boys who are trying hard, mind you, to grow into men. She found a durable husband closing in on twenty years of marriage, shelter dogs that think they are the reason they breathe and a tank full of indestructible fish as her co-writers that seem to think they are Dora and Nemo recreating a scene on a daily basis.

Her style of writing comes with a bit of creative ingenuity as each book evolves. From one story to the next, the tone is set by the characters that the story entails. With always a bit of quirky humor to make you laugh, possibly after she just made you cry. Short story or long, and sometimes several short stories compiled into one book, you will be encapsulated with a vivid emotion or time long ago mixed in comparison to things happening today.

With her degree in Visual Communications, she hopes to enlighten you with a story of vividly graphical proportions. Creating a world in which you can step on in, get your toes wet and decide if the magical world of fiction she has created for you will be one to cherish with others.

Her love of reading and commercial writing, mixed with a life that can only be described as a magical kaleidoscope of emotions and experiences, recently turned into a hobby of writing fiction.
She writes about remembering youth moments of long ago, things that some adults cherished like the eighties, roller skate rinks, and a simple game of hop scotch or the blowing a wish into the wind.

May your thoughts shine brighter than the sunshine. Caitlin Blu

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