Marquese Ford


I have not always had a passion for writing. It was sparked in me as a child but I did not take much stock in it. Now that I have realized writing can be fun and at times stress releasing my works have become habit. I've delved into sharing my work because I am curious to find out who else finds interesting the ideas floating around my imagination.

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Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, but it wasn't and still isn't conplete. My Dad asked us kids to sit in our rooms ans write a story. For what seemed liked hours I stared at the page waiting for words to appear. I managed a few sentences and eventually asked if I could stop. I gave up. He of course said no. It had only been 20 minutes and I really didn't want to be writing. I don't remember ever finishing the story but after I had complained enough that the few sentences I mustered sufficed.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I am from Florida but moved to Kansas in 2001. The impact was heavier than I am willing to admit. The disconnect from that environment at that age forced me internalize thoughts and emotions to try to make sense of what happened and how to deal with it if it were to happen again. I looked at the world a lot differently and my imagination erupted as I learned as much as I could about everything to give myself a complete view of happenings around me. Now I incorporate that gained view into my works.
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Where to find Marquese Ford online


This is just the beginning.
In this video is a blog entry about the struggle one faces and overcoming self-defeat.


A Day at a Time
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,990. Language: English. Published: September 13, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Literature » Literary
Waking up is the nightmare. Everyday is a struggle to find clarity. The truth is elusive and brings forth pain and anguish. Dreams are her only solace.

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