Laurel Lindström, Author
Original Fiction for Original Readers [Ed – Is that pretentious enough?]
Stepping towards something else
Laurel is a successful technical writer with a worldwide reputation. Writing has shaped her career over the last 30 years, and Laurel’s view remains ever forwards, ever broader and ever wider. Laurel Lindström’s taking steps in a different direction, telling different stories, while holding very tight to Laurel Brunner’s clammy ink stained hand.
Laurel’s first novel was published by Unbound in April 2021. You can buy from most well stocked book distributors or from Barnett’s of Wadhurst: https://www.barnettsbooks.com.
This site showcases Laurel’s fiction, shares story ideas and samples, and blogs.
Thanks to Paul for building it for her and for so much more.
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The light was pushing in far too brightly thought Curly, as he turned away from the morning. Gentle murmuring sounds and tiny whistling snores told him that his brothers were still asleep. As he turned to shade his large eyes from the sunrise Curly was aware of a draft coming from the other side of … Continue reading The Three Bees and the Giant Grub
As a very small person (VSP) I have lived my life looking up to my peers, willingly or not. Throughout childhood I expected that would end when I grew up, but I hit 4’11” and there I stayed. A life of shortness was all that I could look forward, or up, to and so far … Continue reading Life As A Shortie (something to infuriate the wokers)
Getting through the publishing process, or not? (from October 2020) It’s taken weeks to get over the trauma of the structural edit of The Draftsman. And in between then and now, life and the outside world have weaseled their ways into brain and heart to make it even harder to think fiction. This might be a … Continue reading The Trials of Getting Your Novel Published – Part 5