Kerrie Anne Spicer
I am 39 years old and live in Auckland, New Zealand. I work full time as a Personal Assistant for a rescue helicopter, but have dreams of writing full time.
I have a partner, Will, and a cat, Sushi.
I have always been interested in writing and apparently used to carry around a notepad and pen when I was a child (or so I'm told). The moment I knew I was "hooked" though was when I did a 'writing for film' course at my local unitec. Over the past 19 years I have written a number of poems (mainly rhyming and haiku), short stories, short plays and short film scripts.
The last 2 years have been the most rewarding for me. I had a 10 min play accepted into a worldwide short play festival (Short and Sweet Festival), which made it into the top 10 (out of 1,100 plays). I have also had a couple of stories published in a book which my writing group put together, called 'Writers in the Library'. We have also produced a radio show of our stories/poems and are in the process of getting this produced into a 3 disk set.
At the beginning of this year I also completed a Diploma in writing for children.
I am very excited about what is to come and am pleased to have found this site.
Writers in the Library
by Kerrie Anne Spicer
Writers in the Library is a book of short stories and poems written by members of four writers groups in Auckland, New Zealand. These writers meet regularly in four separate libraries around Auckland for the purpose of improving their writing and creating lasting friendships.
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Smashwords book reviews by Kerrie Anne Spicer
- The Little Brown Sparrow
on Sep. 20, 2011
What a lovely story, with a deeper meaning. I'm new to this site and this is the first book I've read, but thanks for making it FREE so I could enjoy it. I love the descriptive way you write. It was interesting and sweet, and I actually felt quite emotional. I think we have all experienced low self esteem/rejection at some stage in life, so this story resonated with me. Thanks again!
- The Devil Inside Me: A short story
on Dec. 30, 2011
Along with the other reviewers, I too loved the ending and can see the resemblence with Edgar Allan Poe, one of my favourite authors of this genre. Great dialogue also. Well done.
on Dec. 30, 2011
'Rum-inations' - beautiful.