YA Contemporary Fiction [MFAC Manuscript] - 128k words
YA Nonfiction [MFAC Manuscript] - 45k words
Critical Paper: Effective and Ineffective Rotating Narrators in 3rd Person Limited / YA & MG [MFAC]
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You've got to think about all the things you like and decide whether they're worth sticking around for. And if they are, you'll find a way to do this.
And what if I don’t?
Then you go away, and you don't get to like anything anymore.
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If you enjoy Inspector Spacetime, you might also like:
Trendsetters: A British T8 network program about a group of young prefects who are struck by lightning at a headmaster’s ball and develop superpowers. The most popular character is the impeccably well-mannered Ethan, who it is revealed actually died in the pilot and is merely a reanimated corpse.
Losing Personality: A fellow CCB show about a mermaid, a zombie, and a yeti who are housemates in Manchester. Two of the castmates have been cast in Catherine Hardwicke’s adaptation of The Silmarillion.
MARPLE: An award-winning CCB modernization of Agatha Christie’s classic detective Miss Marple. Also written and produced by IS writer Stewie Kolfatt.
And, strangely, a large fandom following of “Paraspacetime” as emerged that combines Inspector Spacetime with the American program “Paranormal,” about two incestuous cousins who troll the US countryside fighting demons in their trusty 1907 paddleboat (an iconic image for many of the show’s lusty fans.)