C.C. Wyatt

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CC has a degree in business, and has developed a liking for experimental design, but her role as a writer resonates who she is.

Unlike most authors, her joy of reading came later in life, and when it did, it was as if she'd been put under a spell to devour books. Then she started getting images in her head, fussy little images that wouldn't go away, especially at night. It wasn't until they started to drive her stir-crazy that she finally realized her desire to read had evolved into something else.

However, at first, she wanted to blast the images to kingdom come so she could get a little sleep--but thankfully she couldn't. Soon she had a whim to pick up a pen.

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C.C. Wyatt I am currently working on the sequel to Ferret. The title is Perseaus. And I refer to it as the book with all the answers. Answers to all the question…moreI am currently working on the sequel to Ferret. The title is Perseaus. And I refer to it as the book with all the answers. Answers to all the questions that went unanswered in Ferret. And for that reason, the book is more challenging and exciting, and my proudest accomplishment as a writer to date. Of course, I will love to hear your opinion. Just know that my primary focus is to please and entertain readers. If you love Ferret, then without a shadow of doubt, you will fall in love with Perseaus.

Also, I am working on a picture book, or I should say that I'm done with it. All I need now is an illustrator.(less)
C.C. Wyatt I think knowing that I have a great story to write and present to readers eager for the next great story gets me geared up. Another reason are my char…moreI think knowing that I have a great story to write and present to readers eager for the next great story gets me geared up. Another reason are my characters. They will always lasso my mind, reminding me of their eagerness to get to the finish line, no matter what distractions I may encounter in life.

In other words, my desire to never give up on work in progress inspires me. Yeah, that's it!(less)
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Images, Stories, Faith

“Faith is a magic moment you arrive at from far, far away.”

The expression came to me while gazing at an image. You know how you sometimes look at an image, exercise your mind in telling a story about it in one or two sentences. And if you gaze at it long enough, come to realize how receptive the image is drawing on personal experience, the short story you tell is likely your own, the eye of th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 10, 2020 19:54 Tags: ferret, perseaus, the-ferret-books
Ferret Perseaus
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“Stupidity that's stubborn to the core deserves a
​toddler-size scolding at best. ​​Wising it up has to start somewhere.”
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“It's the jingle in the bells, the carols in the air,
The nipping spirits counting down the days.

Mostly it's the far away star warming hearts, zipping through time the art of anticipation.

It's no wonder Christmas comes around in a wink.”
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“The constitution is strategic, at times unrevealing, but never flawless in facing tough testaments as it, in a commanding way, protects itself. And so time and time again, the whistle blows.”
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“First came the birds, flowers and trees.
You know the drill.
Now I dedicate this to you, my dear.”
C.C. Wyatt, Ferret

“I know pleasure. When given, it clears the air.”
C.C Wyatt, Ferret

“Keeping your eyes on the bull's eye isn't always easy when its secret weapon is disguised as love.”
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“Try you? No.” He stared into my eyes. “I wouldn’t think of it. I mean, what would be the point…after such a lovely evening?” He smirked somewhat. “And, um—what would you hope to gain?”

“What happened to that person I met yesterday? I’m inviting him to this lovely occasion.”

“Sorry. He can’t make it. He’s off tonight.”

“Precisely!” I attempted to bolt, but he grabbed my arm.”
C.C. Wyatt, Ferret

“I didn’t say anything for a while, studying the structure of his face. And then I traveled through a perfect set of marble eyes that came to still darkness over a sea of lava. Something was there, I was sure of it, only I couldn’t see it, could only feel it, a feeling of him holding something back.”
C.C. Wyatt, Ferret

“Sorry for leaving without saying hi. But something came up as soon as I got there.”

Now that wasn’t going to do, so I pressed on. “Did you think I’d be there?”

He didn’t come fast with a response. Instead, his absorbed smile pried my soul, my insides felt tensed, like a queen tiptoeing around the edge of a chessboard, wholly vulnerable in a game she knew nothing about.”
C.C. Wyatt, Ferret

“Wait a minute—”

“Just hold up.” He demanded. “I honestly believe there’s another world or another dimension within our world and wonder about my parents trapped in such a place, somewhere like an island. Well, every time I tried to reach them, I wasn’t on a boat, or a raft of any sort, and I certainly wasn’t swimming. Believe it or not, I was standing on water. Three times…three times, I saw them. The last time something told me to look down, and when I did, I saw the water below me moving like a treadmill. And you know, in a strange way it explained why I could never get to them.”
C.C. Wyatt, Ferret

“There were times I imagined being at the hot chick table at lunch (mostly cheerleaders), chatting away about the boy of my dreams and other unboring stuff. Then I couldn’t help wondering if the changes in my life had steered me away from being like them. Mostly I just wanted to fit in. After all, girls at that table were snobby at times.”
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