MAUREEN UNGAR's Writings
RED CAP © 2012 By Maureen Ungar “Tell us the whole story, Lallie, quick before the police arrive,” her mother Agnes said. Sophy, who just blotted the last bit of blood from her sharp cheekbone said, “The true story, Lallie.” Lallie could not believe they meant to tear apart her behavior. She squinted at her grandmother Sophy, who appeared...
Strong publishing potential--highly plotted and character driven YA. ”
— -Julianna Baggott in Eckerd College's Writers In Paradise, 'Sabal', Vol. 6
I grew up hungry, hard not to with five brothers and two sisters sharing a cupboard. Payday, dad hit the bar. By then there was only tea to warm our bellies until Dad remembered to bring home groceries after midnight Friday or early Saturday. We sat up...