Weronika Janczuk wrote her first full-length manuscript as a sixth grader, the result of an in-class "free write" that grew into the story of thirteen-year-old Allie Johnson, teenage spy. The novel was later self-published as ALLIE'S JOURNEY through Trafford Publishing. Now as a senior at Eagan High School, Weronika's manuscript count has reached seven, all stories of young girls growing up. Her current project, WHERE THE DOVES FLY, diverges from past commitments and, in a dual point of view, tells the story of two women in radically different worlds as they search to define themselves artistically.She resides in Eagan, MN, with her parents and two brothers. Her plans for the future include a rigorous college education as a double major in Creative Writing and Secondary Education. Regardless of her future, she will remain true to her 100% Polish background and keep writing.
She has been published in multiple Creative Communications anthologies, Teen Ink (online here, here, and here; in the January 2009 issue; and in the Poetry Journal 2008); Alive (online here -- pages 50-53); New Moon, and in various e-zines. Not only does she maintain her own blog here, Weronika can also be spotted in the teen fiction blogs on Teen Ink RAW.
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