How Did You Know You Wanted To Be An Author? For years, I wrote children’s manuscripts. I loved seeing the smiles on children’s faces as they enjoyed new worlds through words and illustrations. I never intended to write for adults, but when my husband had a traumatic brain injury involving three brain surgeries, none of which he was expected to survive, it became my mission to offer hope and encouragement to other caregivers. So, I wrote “Prisoners without Bars: A Caregiver’s Tale”—what many readers have called “a heart-wrenching story.”
What Is Your Advice For Aspiring Authors? Believe in yourself! Keep the three Ps in your back pocket. Patience, Persistence, and Perseverance are your friends. They make anything possible. If you want it and work hard enough for it, you will achieve it. Know that you can accomplish your dreams … and NEVER GIVE UP!
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