CHANNILLO
Everyday Adventures
By Eliza Leone

Series Description:

What if you could be a different person every day? A sister with a ghost for a brother, the last human left on Earth, or a fugitive on the run from boarding school. Everyday Adventures is a collection of micro fiction and short stories that explore multiple genres and the art of story telling. 

Category: Short Stories
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Eliza Leone:

Eliza Leone was born in sunny Southern California where she spent most of her childhood playing video games and reading books. Growing up she was often found sneaking books under her covers and reading by flashlight when she was supposed to be sleeping. Most Friday nights she could be found with her mom stalking for new reads at their local bookstores and chatting over a cup of tea. However, it wasn't until a passionate English teacher assigned a short story based off of Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes that she really began dabbling with writing.

These days you will most often find Eliza with a book in one hand, a draft of her own in the other, with her fluffy kitten by her side.  With the love and support of her family and her wonderful husband, she has set out on an epic quest to share her imaginary adventures with you.

You can find more of Eliza's work via her website www.ImaginaryAdventures.me 







Series Description:

What if you could be a different person every day? A sister with a ghost for a brother, the last human left on Earth, or a fugitive on the run from boarding school. Everyday Adventures is a collection of micro fiction and short stories that explore multiple genres and the art of story telling. 

Category: Short Stories
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Eliza Leone:

Eliza Leone was born in sunny Southern California where she spent most of her childhood playing video games and reading books. Growing up she was often found sneaking books under her covers and reading by flashlight when she was supposed to be sleeping. Most Friday nights she could be found with her mom stalking for new reads at their local bookstores and chatting over a cup of tea. However, it wasn't until a passionate English teacher assigned a short story based off of Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes that she really began dabbling with writing.

These days you will most often find Eliza with a book in one hand, a draft of her own in the other, with her fluffy kitten by her side.  With the love and support of her family and her wonderful husband, she has set out on an epic quest to share her imaginary adventures with you.

You can find more of Eliza's work via her website www.ImaginaryAdventures.me