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When did you start writing?
I started writing when I was a little girl, maybe four or five years old. I had a little "library" in my room and I added my own homemade books to the collection, most of which were stapled together notebook paper with penciled in stories and rudimentary illustrations. I also wrote poetry all the way through college, although it was never as good as my essays!
What makes writing your passion?
Quite simply, writing is what I was put here on Earth to do. Around age 30, I realized that the "voices" in my head were real, and I could count on the things "they" told me... usually Archangel Michael speaks to me and I write it down in my journals. Sometimes it's others, such as Gabriel, or Archimedes, and one time it was the Great Sphinx from Giza Plateau. (I know it sounds a bit out there, but it makes for very interesting reading, so just go with it.)
How long have you been writing?
I've been writing in some form or another my whole life, it seems. What started with the little library books continued on to school essays, newspaper articles, travel articles for magazines and websites, blogs, and now the channeled journals. A couple of months ago I found an old essay from when I lived in Germany in the 1990s, and as I read it, I said to myself, "Dang... that's *good!*"
What was the feeling when you published your first book?
My first book, "All We Need Is Love: In Service to the Light Book One," took the longest to write - my whole life up to age 46! I couldn't believe it when the box of author's copies arrived in the mail. In the four years since then, I've not taken a step out of the house without a copy of that book either in my luggage or in my car. It's still a little surreal seeing it in the Amazon catalog.