SNAPSHOT MEMORIES gives a pragmatic look into the lives of five main characters through one moment in their life. This collection of four short stories centers on understanding people through snapshots of events like moving to a new house to a bank robbing duo on the run. More
Through "Cat Tale" experience the tiresome journey of moving to a new apartment with Coraline as she reminisces about her childhood and receives an unexpected visitor.
In "The Late Shift", Rachel is already a decade into her career as a security guard when she starts working at an art museum with an overly-friendly guard, Charlie.
"Family Dinner" is the turning point for the rest of SNAPSHOT MEMORIES. It follows Mary and Marcus' marriage when the accumulation of family tension comes to a head as Mary's judgmental Puerto-Rican mother-in-law comes to visit.
Coinciding with the family themes of the previous story, "The Room" is about the brother-sister bank robbing duo Carl and Kristin hiding out in a hotel room. This story embodies what some people are willing to do for family with a dramatized comedic spin.
Sabrina Rodriguez is a screenwriter and earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing degree. She mainly writes for YA fiction and Thrillers. Her flash fiction "The Late Shift" was published in September 2017 in the Scarlet Leaf Review.