Cliff Notes: Fights Like A Girl

My life in excerpts is how these stories will unfold. They are the bits and pieces that defined me, the highlights of a life, moving from one fight to the next and meeting each with certainty and perseverance. An unwavering spirit to rise above the life my environment had laid out for me. More

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Words: 3,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301999279
About Cliff Brotherton

An avid writer, with a passion for the imagination and an unquenchable thirst to tell a story, from every genre. I have written stories that date back to the ripe young age of ten years old, the first comic I wrote and illustrated, I still have in my possession.
I am an IT graduate, a web designer who has brought that passion for creation into the information and technology field of web design, creating imaginative websites for myself and my clients.
Though I love to read fantastic and imaginary stories, my attention span last as long as that of a flies lifespan, thus short stories, you can imagine are my forte.
The collection of short stories I’ve written, number in the hundreds, with several revolving around a series, where the same characters are placed in different and exciting situations with each story tied, one to the other. I find that my ability to write a novel, consist of writing a collection of short stories and giving each of them a life of their own.
As an illustrator, I find that putting my stories into a single illustration is like rewriting the story in another format, with both the writing aspect and the illustrating aspect, striving to tell the same story in their own unique ways.
How fun it is to create my own world, playing god and character, where the decision to do this or to do that lies within my own imagination. What worlds to create, what adventures to travel through, with me deciding its ultimate outcome, no one but me. AWESOME!

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