I think when I was growing up, it was a toss-up between becoming a writer or becoming an actress (as they once called female actors!). I did a summer course at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and took part in as many school and college plays as possible. But I was also writing a lot and taking every creative writing course I could. Somewhere along the line, I lost my guts for becoming an actor, and writing won out when I got heavily involved with a group of poets while doing my MA in England.
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What is your next project? I had to take what you might call a sabbatical for health reasons this year, so I count myself lucky that Amazon Encore wanted to re-release this book, keeping me going, so to speak. But I am about to re-start writing and have a number of ideas in mind. I’ve got one that I’m aiming for that mixes historical and contemporary with a hint of a paranormal—and I’m not saying anything more than that!
Thanks so much for having me here, Rebecca. I’ve enjoyed our chat!
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