I write fantasy fiction.
Since very young I have always scribbled ideas down.
When I read James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl, I knew what I wanted to do.
Life happened and writing became a hobby. In school, when writing was required, teachers said my stories were the most memorable in the pile. I was offered opportunities at work as a counselor both personal and academic to publish poetry and articles in college publications. For two years, I wrote non-fiction articles for several online magazines. Here, I was given praise and could claim the credit “published writer.”
Yet, I yearned to write fiction for children.
Always a turtle in the life race of hares, always having my left foot in my right shoe, I began to follow my own rhythm. I called myself a squiggly line, in a world of straight lines and started a blog "Squiggly Songs" about staying true to your unique you.
We all have something to manage, so let’s sing our Squiggly Songs!
I have a strong belief against the word disabled. I write characters with a "challenge", the environment and seeing the world through a lens of more tolerance. As my own “challenge” got harder to hide, I wrote more and I am putting my stories out there.
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