Marcia Young was born in the northwest and raised in the southeast. Having visited roughly a dozen countries, and lived in two, there is no place called "home". She currently resides in the southeast with her husband and teen. Hardly a prolific writer she tends to write mostly when her husband is deployed, and when she should be paying attention to other things.
What is your writing process?
Erratic. I write either when an idea comes to me and I have to get it out or in the dead spaces during the day. The times when you have nothing productive to do, like waiting at the doctor's office or in the checkout line.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I'm not entirely sure what the first story I ever read was. My earliest literary memory is of the library on Charleston Air Force Base. I was too short at six years old to reach the books on the higher shelves so I pulled out the ones closest to me. They were huge leather bound volumes of Shakespeare. So that's what I read, what I could reach.