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A Run in My Tights
By Suzanne Grieco Mattaboni

Series Description:

A Run in My Tights

Stories and Vignettes of Women Finding Their Way

Step into the lives of girls on the brink of finding themselves through a flickering stream of college antics, new jobs, incendiary friendships, new men, parties and music, familial memories and financial obligations—all the things that make us desperate and anxious and homesick for a life we’ve barely built yet. We know where we are. We know where we want to be.

We just don’t know if we can get there from here. But dang if we won’t find out.

Through stories and quick glimpses, read how women starting out in the world juggle the jigsaw puzzle pieces they call their daily existence and force it to make sense.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Suzanne Grieco Mattaboni:

Suzanne Grieco Mattaboni is a blogger, fiction writer, hashtag gamer and communications consultant based in eastern Pennsylvania. She is currently working on new adult, young adult and middle grade projects. She's the author of the middle grade novel, Taco Girl. Check out an excerpt from her novel-in-progress, Excuse Me, Waitress, Is That New Jersey?, a post-punk romantic comedy that's not all about the guy.

Suzanne is a former education reporter for Newsday whose blogs have been featured in The Huffington Post. Her work has appeared in sources ranging from the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” anthology series to Seventeen, Mysterious Ways, Guideposts.com, Child, 50 Word Stories, SixWordMemoirs.com, Turtle, The Best of LA Parent and a host of high tech trade magazines. She currently has a short story in the "Write Here, Write Now" GLVWG 2016 Anthology, available on Kindle or eBook.

She is a past winner of Seventeen’s Art and Fiction Contest and a National Council of English Teachers Award. Originally from Long Island, New York, she has a B.A. in fiction writing from the University of Pittsburgh. 

Further musings at copywritelife.com. Twitter: @suzmattaboni







Series Description:

A Run in My Tights

Stories and Vignettes of Women Finding Their Way

Step into the lives of girls on the brink of finding themselves through a flickering stream of college antics, new jobs, incendiary friendships, new men, parties and music, familial memories and financial obligations—all the things that make us desperate and anxious and homesick for a life we’ve barely built yet. We know where we are. We know where we want to be.

We just don’t know if we can get there from here. But dang if we won’t find out.

Through stories and quick glimpses, read how women starting out in the world juggle the jigsaw puzzle pieces they call their daily existence and force it to make sense.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Suzanne Grieco Mattaboni:

Suzanne Grieco Mattaboni is a blogger, fiction writer, hashtag gamer and communications consultant based in eastern Pennsylvania. She is currently working on new adult, young adult and middle grade projects. She's the author of the middle grade novel, Taco Girl. Check out an excerpt from her novel-in-progress, Excuse Me, Waitress, Is That New Jersey?, a post-punk romantic comedy that's not all about the guy.

Suzanne is a former education reporter for Newsday whose blogs have been featured in The Huffington Post. Her work has appeared in sources ranging from the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” anthology series to Seventeen, Mysterious Ways, Guideposts.com, Child, 50 Word Stories, SixWordMemoirs.com, Turtle, The Best of LA Parent and a host of high tech trade magazines. She currently has a short story in the "Write Here, Write Now" GLVWG 2016 Anthology, available on Kindle or eBook.

She is a past winner of Seventeen’s Art and Fiction Contest and a National Council of English Teachers Award. Originally from Long Island, New York, she has a B.A. in fiction writing from the University of Pittsburgh. 

Further musings at copywritelife.com. Twitter: @suzmattaboni