S.E. Bourne (Sophia) is a novice author and a salt peasant.
Her writing has a distinctive style, identifiable by a barebones flow, and tends to cover the themes of childhood, the natural world, dreamscapes, and aging.
Bourne has worked as a waitress, cook, chambermaid, laundress, barker, and secretary. Much of her early 20s was spent traveling through the United States and living in hostels with foreigners.
She once hitchhiked from Valdez to Anchorage, Alaska, and it only took two rides. Oh, and one bear encounter.
Note from the author
These writing efforts are novice and experimental, a mishmash of poems, biographical fiction, complete fiction, flash fiction, and short stories. As I am self-publishing these works, there is a learning curve regarding formatting and the proper publishing process.
I welcome any feedback or constructive criticism.