M.P. Witwer

Biography

M.P. Witwer is a writer, editor, writing website moderator and clay artist. Her work has earned several awards, and her writing has appeared in publications worldwide. While her writing leans toward heartfelt, a penchant for satire and word play emerges in the guise of her alter ego, Maggie Rascal.

They both live near Seattle.

Where to find M.P. Witwer online


Where to buy in print


Series

Short Tales
These stories take an affectionate look at a few of the pitfalls and mishaps faced by a couple navigating a new romance. Jane and Martin both have past histories: love, loss and unforeseen changes, but through everything, they’ve been bolstered by their dog and cat, companions as devoted to each other as they are to their people.

Writer's Block

Price: Free!

Lost and Found

Price: Free!

Books

Lost and Found
Series: Short Tales. Price: Free! Words: 2,670. Language: English. Published: November 6, 2014 by Select Stories. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Short stories, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
(5.00 from 1 review)
Jane and Martin are a couple navigating a new romance. In this fast-paced short story of just 2,300 words, the appearance of a vindictive ex serves to catapult them into action, spurred on by an unexpected development. “Lost and Found” is the second story in the Short Tales series launched with "Writer's Block" by M.P. Witwer.
Writer's Block
Series: Short Tales. Price: Free! Words: 4,720. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2013 by Select Stories. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Short stories, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
(4.33 from 6 reviews)
When an award-winning writer hits the wall with her current project, she heads to the beach to concentrate on her work, but instead finds a charming distraction.

M.P. Witwer's tag cloud

beach    cat    dog    jane    martin    rottweiler    writer   

Smashwords book reviews by M.P. Witwer

  • Tastes Bitter, Tastes Sweet on Oct. 22, 2013

    A compelling collection from a relatively new voice in poetry. Mr. Nigh handles abecedarian poems particularly well.