About

Matthew R Stitt (1974-) was born in Jackson, Michigan. He grew up in a Catholic family. He graduated in 1992. He spent eight years in the US. Army before settling back in Jackson. Matthew married in 1998 and has four children. He currently works as a programmer and writes on the side.
Matthew has been writing for twenty years in journals. Matthewrstitt.com is writing central for Matthew and place for all things Matthew.
Author’s definition of a monster:
Any creature or human that has an unusual characteristic.
So monster fiction to me is of course zombies, giants, ghosts and anything of that sense but it’s not fantasy. The world doesn’t have to be modern but it has to be close to what we consider everyday life. The main purpose of the monster is to interrupt normal life and force the characters to deal with it. They must cope with this unexpected creature. That is the part I enjoy.
https://matthewrstitt.com/stories/charlie/

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4 comments on “About

  1. Hello, Matthew. Did not know you also aspire to writing. Great! I myself am rather busy right now, but in time I will have some free time, if you’d like proofing, etc. I’m not only a programmer, I’m also a linguist, in English and several foreign tongues.

    • Wow, you are a man with many talents and somehow I am getting a major sign that someone wants me to write my book. You are the fourth person in two days that has offered to help me. I am so blessed to have such awesome friends. There is only one complete story within this blog and that is Charlie but I am going to start working on my novel with the plan to finish by the end of next year.

  2. Matthew,
    I enjoy your writing so much.

    I belong to an online writing group and if you’d like to join please contact me at juliettevampiremom@gmail.com

    It is a no-hate zone where we give a lot of support and have a lot of fun. It isn’t one of those SPAM sites where everyone just posts books. It is a place to share and ask questions and discuss writing. Let me know if you’re interested. We’d love to have you. We publish the WPaD anthologies.

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