Every Thursday afternoon I put one letter aside from my son's tin of alphabet spaghetti. When I've collected enough to express how I feel about my life, I'll spell it out across the kitchen floor and hope my wife has time to read it when she comes home from work.
JY Saville lives in the north of England and writes mainly short fiction, mainly in the genre loosely termed speculative, but more mainstream work has appeared at Short, Fast and Deadly; Every Day Fiction; Six Sentences; and in The View From Here. In 2010 she released her first literary graphic novel, Boys Don't Cry. She blogs at http://www.thousandmonkeys.wordpress.com.