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Q: They say writing is a powerfully tool, from your experience
why do you think it is a powerfully tool?
A: Words are Forces that can Raise Up. Or bring down. Make a happy
memory or break a heart. Heal a wound or put salt in it.
Q: What type of writing do you like to write or what type of writer
do you consider yourself?
A: I am an Abstract writer...because I am an Abstract thinker.
Writing is an Art: I take it seriously, but in the most playful
Q: From you experience what is the easiest and the hardest thing
A: What's easiest is writing simply feels Natural. Like breathing.
What's hardest...is knowing when to stop!
Q: How long have you been involved in writing and who or what influences
A: I have been writing since I could hold a pencil. My inspiration
to write was birthed out of necessity. As a teenager my writing
was almost an obsessive habit. I piled journal on top of journal.
I needed a Secret Place where my Private Thoughts were safe. I was
not allowed to go out with guys [my daddy decided] when I was in
junior high and a freshman in high school. So, I wrote about my
crushes...and when I was kissed, I needed to keep it a secret.
Q: What are some things you can recommend to someone that is interested
in becoming a writing of some kind?
A: Observe, Listen, and use all your Senses. Because this is the
stuff that creates thoughts and thoughts yield words. Also, have
the courage to go with your gut feelings, let that guide you. Your
intention should be to Reveal your Unique Self: show a world view
that is entirely your own.
Q: How does writing effect your everyday life?
A: Every day I write, even when I am not writing. Huh? The wheels
in my head are turning, thoughts are rolling. I let them sit a while--they're
baking! By the time I pick up my pen, I am a bubbling fountain,
and the words simply spill over.
Q: In your own words, phases, sentences, or paragraphs give me a
brief description on how you can inspirer someone by using your
A: My word stir up the reader's thoughts, he has to ponder. He
reflects upon and is moved by my poetic verses.