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Get To Know Me!

My name is Winter Hart, and I'm a self-employed young adult and new adult fiction writer and aspiring novelist from Thousand Oaks, California. I'm also a current Creative Writing and English: Fiction Writing major online student at Southern New Hampshire University.

On other social media I'm a part of, I include that I like to do art, crafting, and occasional photography and YouTube vlogging. If you like casual daily and weekly vlogs, favorites videos, reviews of bookish items and boxes or subscriptions, updates on how my cats are doing, and just general fun chill stuff, go ahead and check out my YouTube channel under the Social Links above!


 While I love vlogging, my career focus is on my writing and various written works I have, all of which are still in-progress as of December 2018.


Writing and communicating clearly and cohesively have always been a large part of my life. As such, in pursuit of my creative fiction projects, particularly my short stories, novels-in-progress, and flash fiction pieces, I'm able to, through words, explore the worlds within my imagination. It is my goal to share these stories of mine with wider audiences.


I tend to include LGBTQIA+ and perspectives and characters, magical realism, slice of life, and fantasy elements within nearly all of my works. I'm all about experimenting with different prompts, ideas, character archetypes, relationship dynamics, and points of view.

All of my works in progress are available to read for free on the various websites I'm a part of, particularly Wattpad for more lengthy works in progress. I also host a Patreon page, where interested readers can access the very first rough drafts of my works as well as financially support my creating more creative content for as low as $1 a month.

If you're intrigued by my works in progress, please do consider supporting me on Patreon, as well as following me on my various social media accounts. I update YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram the most frequently, all of which are linked above as well as below.


Work Experience

Early 2019

Revisited vlogging on YouTube part-time. First new video, "A Day In My Life APRIL 2019," posted on April 4, 2019.

Began posting videos twice a week.

Late 2018

Article "My Conditions Don't Make Me Who I Am" published on The Mighty, November 2018.

Mid 2018

Participated in Rounds 1 & 2 of the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction 2018 Challenge.

Early-Mid 2018

First chapter of in-progress novel "Coffee At 3 AM," excerpt from Part 1 of short story "Snowfall," and flash fiction piece "Fire And Water," inspired by an unannounced novel project, all published in the print edition of the Moorpark College Review, May 2018.

"Snowfall" Parts 1 & 2 published in its entirety in the online edition of the Moorpark College Review, May 2018.

Early 2018

Assistant Editor for the online version of the Moorpark College Review, published in May 2018.




Attending Southern New Hampshire University College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) (Creative Writing and English major with a concentration in Fiction Writing).


Attended Moorpark College (English declared major).

Transferred to Southern New Hampshire University College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) (Creative Writing and English declared major with a concentration in Fiction Writing) in October 2018.


Attended University of California, Irvine until February 2016. Officially dropped out. Transferred back to Moorpark College in January 2017 (Undecided major).


Attended Moorpark College (2011-2013 Photography declared major; 2013-2014 Anthropology declared major).

Transferred to University of California, Irvine in September 2014 (Cultural Anthropology declared major).

2011 / JUNE

Graduated from Thousand Oaks High School (3.8 cumulative GPA).


Contact Me

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Text/Tel: (805) 405-0840

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of young adult Novels,
Short Stories,
and Flash Fiction