A current student of writing both books and film, MJ has a general love of watching and creating entertainment. With the education she's received, her plans are to create stories and novels worthy of screenwriting publication at a later date.
While born back in the eastern portion of the United States, she's traveled the country and ventured into Canada. As a Jill of all trades, she's settled in the western region. One goal she swears she will obtain is in recreating herself after a horrific battle of amnesia. Perhaps she'll find a way to include this experience in a story. Who knows?
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
While my bookcases are full of books ranging from How-to books to thrillers, I do occasionally indulge in an eBook here and there. The reality is that if I'm by an electronic device that doesn't require a television to work it, such as a DVD player, I'm writing. If someone I trust refers me to an electronic book, chances are pretty good I'll take a gander.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
No. But the first story I've ever read was written by Else Holmelund Minarik, called "Little Bear." Before reading, however, I memorized about every Dr. Seuss book written beginning with "Hand, Hand, Fingers Thumb," which has a rhythm to it making it impossible to get out of my head -- thanks a lot.
The Girl in the White Hat
on May 28, 2015
This is an incredible story, like that one you heard about in school when you were a kid, remember? Yeah, that's right. Let the cobwebs clear and enjoy a memory with Nick Slade as your usher.