As lovers of the written word, we believe in championing the creators who use our tools. For those of you who appreciate a good story, we’re honored to showcase the work of authors who've made Freewrite an essential part of their writing journey.
Delve into a collection of published stories that have been, quite literally, "written on" a Freewrite
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Ashley Poston is a New York Times best-selling novelist who writes about friendship, love, and Ever Afters. Her adult debut, The Dead Romantics, was named one of the 100 Notable Books of 2022 by the New York Times.
Ashley graduated from the University of South Carolina and pursued a career in the publishing industry before she decided to become a full-time author. Her adult debut, The Dead Romantics was named one of the 100 Notable Books of 2022 by the New York Times.
When not writing, she likes to take long walks as an excuse to listen to Dungeons & Dragons podcasts. She lives in a small grey house in South Carolina with too many pothos plants and never enough coffee.
Martin (“Marty”) Shannon is a multimillion-word author of thrilling horror and speculative fiction. He makes his home with his loving family in the creepy part of our nation’s weirdest state, where he remains a lover of all things dark and spooky.
Marty Shannon has been using his imagination to avoid weeding since he was in short pants. A devotee of fast-paced and exciting fiction, you’ll find different series, genres, and tales spanning a multiverse of imagination on his website and wherever excellent ebooks are sold.
Marty is a Multiple #1 Short Read Bestseller for his Tales of Weird Florida series.
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Michael Jecks is the best-selling author of over fifty novels, novellas, and short stories. His books have been shortlisted for the Harrogate prize and Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award. Michael lives, walks, writes, and paints in North Dartmoor, UK.
Michael has been using Freewrite for more than six years to draft all his books.
Michael is a member of the Society of Authors and Royal Literary Society, the Crime Writers' Association, and the Detection Club, and has been on the judging panel for many industry awards.
His own books have been shortlisted for prizes such as the Harrogate prize and Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award — a rare accolade for a medieval novel.