Charlotte Flowers-Weston is a native of New Jersey. She studied Journalism at Rider College and Television Production and Radio Technology at Mercer County College. She began her writing career in television news, working for some of the major ABC, NBC, and CBS, Affiliates throughout the East and West Coast. She has worked in Film, Television, and Theater and has published multiple news articles and written several screenplays, poems, and short stories. She is a writer for the new Web TV Series Western Heights, scheduled to premier this February, directed and produced by Joey Lamar Ashley. She is a student at Full Sail University where she will receive her degree in Creative Writing for Entertainment this year.
A. G. Bierce
on Feb. 14, 2014 :
A young woman nervously awaits the start of a job interview. As she watches the person who will interview her talk on the phone and ignore her, she thinks back to what has brought her to this point in her life, a life that has recently seen more downs than ups. The woman's name is Carly Ray, and as her thoughts reveal more and more of her life the reader is drawn ever closer to her, hoping as much as Carly Ray does that there will be a positive outcome to the pending interview.
I would really like to give this story five stars, but I just can't. Reading the author's biography I was expecting a well polished piece of inspirational writing. There is nothing wrong with the plot or characters, the problem is in the editing, or rather, the lack of it. Multiple grammatical errors can be found along with passages that beg to be rewritten and tightened up. The author's talent is obviously there, but the mechanics need a little more work.
(review of free book)