Meet Cait Marie!
Hi! I’m Cait: reader, writer, Hufflepuff, and cookie enthusiast! I have loved reading my entire life, however, it wasn’t until I was an adult that I really got into books. Within the last year or two, this passion has grown a bit out of control. Hence, the creation of this website!
Outside of reading, I am a Chief Operations Officer, an Assistant Editor, Advertising Supervisor, and writer for Coffee House Writers. Through CHW, I typically write nonfiction, but in my free time I write fiction. I am currently working on a YA Fiction series. My blog is in the works; all writing updates can be found there or on my Facebook page. I am also a full-time online student. I am attending Southern New Hampshire University in pursuit of my BA in Forensic Psychology, with an English Language and Literature minor. I like to keep busy obviously!
If I’m not working on any of this, and if I’m not reading, I am usually binge-watching Doctor Who, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, or rewatching Harry Potter for the 700th time. I’m also a concert addict, I love to paint, and I love blaring and singing along to musical soundtracks when I have the house to myself.
I will read just about anything, but YA/New Adult Fiction is my favorite. Within those categories, I’ll read any subgenre. I’m particularly fond of series, especially those of the fantasy and dystopian variety. Keep an eye out for a list of my favorites!
Hi, my name is Kesha! My love for reading started when I was in elementary and I was hooked on the Arthur series. I know…. I know, not a lot of people might remember that series, but I was obsessed with it, haha! I ventured off to different books after that. I was of course a big Twilight fan, (still am to an extent) but once I finished being infatuated with that series, my love for reading slowed down tremendously. Then, about a year ago, my good friend Cait told me about this site called Epic Reads and it sparked my reading senses again. I discovered so many books and series that I couldn’t wait to dive into. I’ve come to enjoy YA, YA Fiction and Non-Fiction, Poetry, Fantasy, and Thriller.
Outside of reading I volunteer at a hospital and enjoy taking photos and getting lost in either Hulu or Netflix.
Hello fellow readers! My pen name is Hayley Green. I am a college student going to school for Creative Writing at Southern New Hampshire University as an online BA student. I have been fascinated with writing and reading since an early age. For me, writing was an extension of playing pretend. It still is in a lot of ways.
I write a little bit of everything, but my main genre is romance. All types of romance, but mostly in the Young Adult or New Adult genres. I don’t have anything published yet, but I am working on several novellas right now, ranging from paranormal, historical, time travel, and realistic.
You can keep up with me at my blog, Coffee House Writers, and here on Functionally Fictional. I am also working on a couple of character blogs with a group of writers. One is called West Oak, or (https://westoakor.com) which is coming soon. The other doesn’t have a name.
I look forward to sharing my love of reading here and maybe even have one of the other members review my novellas here (once they are ready to be published, of course). Keep reading!
Jenny Gardner is currently an undergraduate, studying Mathematics and Information Technology. However, her interests cover a vast variety of topics. Learning is a never ending pursuit of the mind.
To that end, reading is a favorite past time. Her favorite genres include Non-fiction, Science Fiction, and Fantasy, specifically classic literature. In Jenny’s book reviews and articles expect to hear: the interesting, the imperfect, as well as the spectacular portions of literature read.
Hello all, my name is Manuela! I’m a recent graduate from Southern New Hampshire University with my B.A in English Language and Literature, with minors in Art History and History, and plan to continue on to a Master of Arts degree in Communication.
My love for reading began as a child when my Mom, Oma (grandma), and Opa (grandpa) would read me fairy tales and other children’s books. While I grew up a reader and always enjoyed books, 5th grade changed things for me as J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was released in the U.S. and, thanks to my incredible teacher, my life was changed and my love for reading reached an entirely new level; one that continued to rise as each new Harry Potter was released and trips to the bookstore and library became more frequent.
As an adult, I have continued to read a variety of genres and am always on the lookout for my next read. There’s no one genre that I love over another, but I really enjoy Fantasy, YA, Sci-Fi, Historical Fiction, Historical Non-Fiction, Paranormal, Mystery, Suspense, and Thrillers.
What began with bedtime (and anytime really) stories has exploded over the years and left me with a never-ending thirst for the next story. I look forward to sharing my thoughts and opinions on the books I read with our readers and hearing back from you guys. Thanks for visiting Functionally Fictional!