Georgia’s best writing is composed in the dangerous heights of a tree, the muddy reaches of a cave or simply on a walk with a misbehaving dog, so nothing amazing ever actually gets written. The best of her readable writing tends to be dark, way too complex, or going off on one strange idea that never gets completed. Finding a time, that is not 2 am with a yellow pencil, to write amongst all of her hobbies and the treacherous prison that is school, is becoming increasingly difficult.
Stories on the Go title: “The Garage”. Published on WRITE ON Magazine Issue 51, Summer 2018/ 2019