Matthew Toffolo: What gave you the idea to write this very short story?
Micki Hogan: I have always enjoy short fiction. The idea of writing within the guidelines was intriguing.
2) How many stories/screenplays have you written?
I have been writing fiction and poetry most of my life. I have works on Amazon and featured in magazines like Shadows and Light.
3) What movie have you watched the most times in your life?
Annie with Aileen Quinn, Albert Finney and Carol Burnette with always be my favorite movie. I knew it so well I would preform reenactments in my living room as a child.
4) What’s your favorite thing about twitter? What’s your least favorite thing about twitter?
My favorite thing about Twitter is the ability to advocate and interact with fellow writers. My least favorite thing would be the harsh negativity often unleashed by fake accounts
5) Who would you really like to have dinner with? (dead or alive)
To dine with my husband in a quiet setting in peace without the eyes of others on us would be my ideal dinner. He suffers from Ankylosing Spondylitis and has a service dog. We do not get out as often as we should and when we do it is hard to just relax.
Watch Twitter Story:
Performed by Carina Cojeen
She was the Queen of Lava and Fire. She lived alone on her island. She felt isolated. She never knew love. He was the King of Water and Ice. He lived in a frozen land feeling seclusion. It took centuries for them to meet. It was her fire that drew him close. It melted his heart.