How Did You Know You Wanted To Be An Author? I spent the first eighteen years of my life convincing myself I wanted to be a pediatrician. It took less than a single semester of college to make me see how wrong I'd been. Fate landed me on the staff of the college newspaper and my addiction to writing grew from there.
What Is Your Advice For Aspiring Authors? There is nothing more important than seeing yourself as an author and believing in the value of your work. It’s much harder to escape imposter syndrome than it sounds, but nothing will turn a potential reader against your work faster than a lukewarm appraisal of your own work or your abilities as a writer. When people ask about your books or your experiences, don’t shy away. Be the author you’ve worked so hard to become.
What Is The Best Way For Fans To Contact You? author website or social media