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It’s been a while since I posted last. April was a tough month for writing and blogging. I’m getting back to it now. So here’s an update on what’s been happening in my writing and reading life:

  • Published Cocked in April. It’s my unique Hmong-themed story about a nameless Hmong woman who escapes the roles her culture defines for her to play. Buy it for your Kindle today.
  • I’m working on some pieces for the Mormon Lit Blitz happening this month. One piece well-drafted, which may make it into No Sacred Grove. Another in the works. We’ll see how many I think I can submit. It’s harder than I thought to keep a story to 1,000 words. Writer’s angst!
  • I’m trying to catch up on works by contemporary and past writers of Mormon Literature. You can view what I’m currently reading in my Goodreads list at the bottom-right of this page.

Well, that’s it for now. I’ll try to get back to blogging about some great topics here in the near future.

Read, write, execute!

Author: Michael Andrew Ellis

I write literary fiction at the confluence of Mormonism, Hmong culture, and the human condition. Here on my blog I write about Mormon arts and letters, Hmong history and culture, classic and contemporary literature, existentialism, and my journey as a writer.

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