Bonnie Milani's Profile
|Member Since:||Jun 18, 2012|
|Bio:||I still remember the book that made me decide I could out-write another writer: it was a junior reader's biography of Sir William Harvey, the 17th century English physician credited (in the West) with discovering how blood circulates. After about 30 pages of telling myself "I can write better than that!" So I grabbed a crayon that just happened to be blue and started editing. I was maybe 7 at the time. And unfortunately for my juvenile bottom it was a library book. I followed the dream through college and after grad school, freelancing feature articles for newpapers along the East Coast. Even wrote a cover story for Science Digest! Only life and grown up responsibilities caught up with me by my late twenties and I put writing away with too many of my other dreams while I followed a career track. Wasn't until I lost my whole family that I realized story telling wasn't something i just wanted to do - it's the gift God gave me to do. So here I am: a middle-aged pudge working on getting back into a writer's kind of real life.|
|Jul 28, 2012||57||326||Novel|
Along with Jezekiah Van Buren, Heir Apparent to...
|Jun 7, 2013||623||8||Novel|
This is a complete rewrite of Home World's...
|Apr 15, 2013||1647||6||Short Story|
This is the FIRST DRAFT opening of a short...
|Jun 5, 2013||2381||New||Short Story|
This is a complete revision of 'No Mothers'....