Lucy Andrews

Biography

I have always been an avid reader from a very young age, as soon as I could read you would always find me with my head in a book. My passion for writing came later, although if there was a letter to be written I used to write an essay where as a few lines would have done. When I was 32 I started to go to spiritual churches and centres and my life changed immensely, having a faith in the afterlife has been a great comfort to me knowing that life goes on beyond the physical body. I believe that Message on the Wind was inspired by spirit as I sat down to write one day and these wonderful stories evolved, I don't remember even having to think about the stories the writing just flowed. I have written other stories that are on the way to being published (children's and adult fiction), getting your stories out there feels amazing hoping that others enjoy the work that you have produced. It would be amazing to be a successful writer, being able to live from the work that you love to do but I believe that money has to take second place to the passion of writing as I am sure many writers will tell you. Take Care and thanks for your support God Bless XX

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I spent the first 7 years of my life living on a farm. It was a happy, carefree time for me. There was nobody to play with only my brother but my grandparents lived next door which I loved. I love nature, I loved to climb trees, jump ditches make camps in the hay bales etc, one of my future stories was inspired by those early days.
When did you first start writing?
I have always been a jotter, I used to keep a diary when I was in my teens but my passion for writing didn't start until I was about 32.
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Books

Message on the Wind
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,210. Language: British English. Published: July 2, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fairy Tales & Folklore / Country & Ethnic
Message on the Wind is a compilation of 3 short stories: The Hunt, Love and Peace and Message on the Wind. These are fictitious stories about a Native American Indian Tribe called the Cheyenne. The book is targeted at children between 5 and 11 and the authors main aim is to help children to share their problems and be kind and helpful to others and have belief in themselves.

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