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When did you start writing? What is the purpose of your writing?
I have been writing for as long as I can remember. My elementary school had a writer’s workshop run by volunteers. The kids could write book and the volunteers would type them up a few sentences per page. They would bind them and we could illustrate them and everything. I have dozens of these books. Real keepsakes! Once I got higher in school, my need to write was fed by papers for classes. I was thrilled to get such assignments by college. After college, I went into radio and was only writing scripts. I enjoyed them, but they were short. Only a year or so after I graduated, my first novel was born. “Someone Always Loved You,” came to me at a time in my life when I desperately needed writing. Unfortunately, I didn’t write anything other than scripts for a decade after that. But writing came around again. It never left me completely! The purpose of my writing, really, is sanity! Doctors tell you that you’re to work out to stay healthy. While that’s true, I feel like the same can be said about me and writing. It helps keep me grounded and it’s a huge part of who I am. As a busy mom of two young girls, writing is something that is just for me. Even though I enjoy sharing it with others in book form as well.