The Short Version
Abigail Morrison is a creative writer who’s been telling stories for over a decade. She loves stories that feature grace and redemption, ask questions (without necessarily answering them), and point toward possibility. Her debut novel, The Yochni’s Eye, launched in August, 2022.
The Long(er) Version
Abigail Morrison is a Wisconsin-based author that’s been writing stories since she was a child. She grew up loving stories and knowing she wanted to share some of her own. After many years of struggling to finish a story she could be happy with and a lot more personal and spiritual growth, she finally learned how to get over her pride and be teachable. Some of her major influences (in no particular order) include:
- Cowboy Bebop
- Garth Nix
- Tim O’Brien’s “How to Tell a True War Story”
- Neil Gaiman
- Jonathan Stroud
- Hayao Miyazaki/Ghibli Films
- N.D. Wilson
In Abigail’s stories, you can expect to find genre-fusions, philosophical questions and conundrums, and stories that point towards bright futures and possibility. She believes that stories have immense power to change people’s lives and outlooks, and so writes stories that attempt to effect those changes through careful self-examination, exploration, and curiosity. Her first novel, The Yochni’s Eye, released in August of 2022. Her interests outside of writing include crafting, reading, video games, anime, tea, and (most importantly) Jesus.