Carolyn Hoagland

Biography

I am Peter Pan's Tinker Bell. I'm a little person, no joke or pun intended I'm 4'9" tall. My life is centered on God, my family & friends and Disney. I believe that with Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust can get you through life. That is Faith in God, Trust in those God places in your life and the Pixie Dust of God's many blessings and His gift of whimsy.

I'm a wife and a mother. I use to be a professional storyteller and mime. I have always loved telling stories and trying to see things from a different view. I also played flute and use to play with my Church Worship Band. Over the years I've worked in many fields, I've been a bank teller, Job Coach for Developmentally Disabled Adults and answered phones at a hospital. I quit work in 2000 to focus on being a wife and mother, I homeschooled our daughter.

I have many hobbies. I crochet, draw, write a blog on all things Disney and I also spend as much time as I can at Disneyland.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Burbank, California. This is the true "Movie Capital" of the world not Hollywood. Little glitz or glam there but lots of story telling. Many of my family worked in the "industry" and I was exposed to it at a young age.
When did you first start writing?
Starting in childhood I always told stories to my friends. It started in elementary school where I would tell tales to other kids during recess.
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Where to find Carolyn Hoagland online


Books

An Angel Remembers 25 Voices of Christmas
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 17,050. Language: English. Published: October 8, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Holiday » Family
During the holiday season it is easy for families to lose track of each other and forget to spend a few moments a day together truly celebrating the Reason for the Season. This collection of "advent" stories to be read one a day through the days leading to Christmas to help bring the story of Christ's birth alive and bring your family together.

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