I was sitt'n at the desk in the backroom. It poped in my head for some reason. I guess that I was spend'n so much time stuck in the house alone but I was do'n stuff on the web to help people. That I relized you can make a difference with out see'n the people your help'n and wanted to make a book to reach people with this realization, that no matter what situation they're in they can still do someth'n. I wrote they idea down and around August or ended in August of 2012; there was a need to just write this book. After finish'n a poem I've been working on once a month for this 3rd year; I wrote down a plot line. Then in the summer of 2013 I finally looked up info on how to write a novel and when I felt ready. I just decided I was go'n to do it and over the next five months; about an hour a day for five days a week. I got it done and spent about two months do'n the same learn'n for the Smashwords Style Guide, after realize'n my book was to small for print and I needed an ebook company. Then I eventually found a page to design my cover image and made my own design. And will be a better artist for it all.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
At first my book was to small for print. Then I found out major companies will alter you book and I want my stories to stay the way I wrote them.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Com'n up with great lines.
Who are your favorite authors?
Edgar Allen Poe.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
The opprotunity to do the things I love and want to do.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Sing, music, and read'n the Bible mostly.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
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