M.K. Wilke began by writing short stories and grew from there. Her first novel started as a short story, written for a friend, and it sparked an idea in her mind that grew until her characters seemed to come alive. She wrote with confidence whenever she had the time, unable to stop the ideas that flowed in her mind. Before she knew it, a fully finished novel lay in her lap. She could not believe it had only taken her a month to write and edit it, and shortly thereafter she sent it in to be published.
Before she started writing she held some degrees in dance. She is a single mom and lives with her daughter on an acreage a few minutes outside of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
She recently published stories with respected literary magazines and on amazon.com. A list of her works can be found here.
Jonathan Antony Strickland
on July 25, 2013 :
A short twisty tale set in a post apocalyptic world where a strange and deadly virus spreads.
This was not too bad, it could do with a bit of a clean up but the writing and telling of the tale was fast flowing and kept me gripped throughout.
So to sum up, it was short and sweet, with a interesting and intelligent ending.
(review of free book)