How did you know you wanted to be an author? Writing became a creative outlet for me at a young age. Dance was one way to express myself and then at the age of 11, when I was diagnosed with scoliosis and later on, epilepsy, I began writing poetry on a daily basis, as well as plots for future novels. Writing heals; it completes me. It permits me the freedom to use my imagination to its fullest potential.
What is your advice for aspiring authors? If you are passionate about writing, then believe in yourself, and never give up. Drop the electronic device and carry a good old fashioned journal and novelty pen with you instead to jot down ideas as you muse.
Do you have any writing rituals or practices? I listen to music when I write as it helps me to focus and to create rhythm in my writing. My taste is eclectic, I enjoy music from around the world. My taste varies, depending on the chapter I am working on and the tone or mood of that part of the book. Nowadays I am inspired more and more by spiritual soundscapes and new age music.
What message to you want readers to remember? Use your imagination to explore your virtues and not your vices – Quoted from Snaygill.
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