Hey Y'all, Alright, so I'm working on a cover letter (that I'll probably use repeatedly) and I need someone to check it out and tell me how terrible I did it. Which would be very helpful and not in any way a negative thing. It is for a short story about a woman who moves to a different part of the county and realizes the stereotypes that she has seen on reality TV and through her mother, may be wrong. I wanted to keep it as short as possible, because it is such a short story that focus on a few small things, although those things are kept relevant and interesting (to me). I intentionally kept the bio that was requested vague, well...because I wanted to I guess. That's the best answer I can give to that. Thanks and I am sure I butchered the English language and grammar. Please feel free to point that out as well. Smiley face Dear Editor, This is a story of young woman, Misty Davis, in a new place, but with old misconceptions. Reality television and her mother's prejudices have always influenced her opinion. With a bout of loneliness and a new neighbor, this may change. What's displayed on the television screen and in the minds of the ignorant, can be very different than what the open minded might experience. Aer is a new writer, living in the Blue Ridge Mountains. When Aer is not tinkering with plant distillers and photography, the writing happens- sporadically and often in a chaotic manner.