“You have to follow your own voice. You have to be yourself when you write. In effect, you have to announce, ‘This is me, this is what I stand for, this is what you get when you read me. I’m doing the best I can—buy me or not—but this is who I am as a writer.”David Morrell
Three things I stand for
All things weird- I like to think of myself as unique with the ability to adapt. I’m always kinda weird though. I like weird things.
Women- I always want it to be clear that I stand for women their freedom growth empowerment
Family- My family makes my heart swell.
When I was younger all I wanted was to save to mama and then when I got older, my grandma. And now, myself. So with my focus on the trials and tribulations that the ladies in life went through, it’s only natural that I’d find the root to a lot of reasons they suffered through things they didn’t have to. When I went to college a lot of my psychology work confirmed it but also helped me see them in a more human way. They not women that need saving, they are women who need to be loved and accepted exactly where they are.
I love my family and my home and I want to ensure that I place value on all things good and bad when it comes to living with those we love.
And I can’t help being weird. I like weird things. I like things that use creativity and are not the norm.