Born and raised in Western Australia, Bonnie Buffham considers herself a servant to the arts. She has a degree in Secondary Education with a major in Drama and a minor in Music Theory. As of October 2017 she is in the middle of studying Psychology and Writing. Visual Arts she simply dabbles in. Whether writing an Absurdism script or narrative fiction, Bonnie's interest is always the human mind and the interaction between people.
Describe your desk
There are a pile of books and papers to the right along with a water, a can of coke, and a sport's drink. To the left is my phone and a bill. In front of the keyboard is a "Five Night's at Freddy's" pen I use for quick edits and working out. Behind the monitors is a board full of drawings along with important documents.
When did you first start writing?
I started writing as a little kid. Before the days of broadband computers were used by children mostly for Paint and for Word. I was constantly starting stories I never finished. There was one about talking instruments I remember very clearly. I spent hours choosing a boarder.
Hera became aware of her condition when she was five years old. She couldn’t feel anything. When asked by her twin brother if a paper cut hurt she didn’t know what he meant. When she was sixteen, gazing on the beautiful dancing flame from a lighter, she ascribed meaning to the lack of sensation. She would always find fire beautiful.