What are you most proud of accomplishing so far in your life? Taking care of my husband during his five-year-long terminal illness … making him smile, making us both smile, not losing it, and coming out on the other side … changed but almost okay again.
What is your favorite color? Lavender
What is your favorite food? I am a committed foodie … how to choose?! Okay—Mexican.
What’s your favorite place in the entire world? I have been everywhere (well, not everywhere), but now I’ve put away my yearning for travel. It’s totally gone. What I love is right here after all, in my rose garden.
How has your upbringing influenced your writing? Where to begin? It was a rigid, neurotic upbringing that I was always trying to understand and fix—I bring that to the table. I’m almost grateful now for the nuttiness, for supplying me with so much material.
Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? Not per se—though, to my mind, reading and writing are inseparable, so I can recall the day I realized I was born to read, in the first grade when all the other kids ran off to play at recess, while I, totally absorbed, chose to stay in and read a book.
How long have you been writing? Since I’ve been reading.
When did you first know you could be a writer? When my mother told me that I was a writer already (I was maybe 7 at the time)—but the funny thing was, I thought everybody wrote; that they just weren’t writing in front of me. I was shocked to find out that, no, not everybody writes. Or even reads.
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Genre – Historical / Psychological Mystery
Rating – PG13
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