Kathy Sue Widdows Adams


I am a single white female of 61, divorced with 2 children, 1 son Keith and Daughter Karie. I have 9 beautiful Grandchildren. 5 Grandchildren Kaili, Joshua, Joseph, Colby, and Emma. 4 Step Grandchildren Scott, Savanna, Cheyenne, and Cody. They brighten my day for the most part and worry me to death for the other. hehe
I have been writting poems and songs since I was in High School. Love Music and Dancing. I love the west but have lived in Illinois all my life. I am not a big adventurer. Wish I was, I do love to travel. What I have seen out west and on my cruises to Alaska and Hawaii take my breath away. I so hope my kids get to see this beauty someday.
My motto is Live like you mean it.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Illinois. My parents were from the south. I grew up listening to lots of music and I have always loved the lyrical way that songs were written . I liked writing songs when I was younger they were all kind of quirky though and never did anything with them. There wasn't much to do growing up and music was my get away.
When did you first start writing?
I first started writing when I was around 14 I think that is when I got my first guitar with S & H Greenstamps. It was called a 5 star. The strings were so high it was quite a challenge. I never took lessons learned to play by ear. Had a book with cords in it and never learned to play very well but I liked to play and started to write songs.
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Whispers in My Mind
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,430. Language: English. Published: August 3, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
When the heart’s involved the mind just follows. These are the poems of a heart and mind together. Her ramblings of the heart and the whispers in her mind. Her writings tell the story of where they began and the poems that whisper to her. From Sadness, to Heartbreak, to Love and to Joy it is all here.

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