I have been writing on paper since I was about three years old.
I scribbled all over a piece of paper for my mother and she told me that I had written a lovely little story.
I could see scribbles, but she said it was a story in the making!
She was the beginning of my passion to write.
Her belief that my scribbles were lovely little stories changed the course of every day writing for me.
It made me realize that I could write about anything!
As I developed my writing ability, I also realized the impact that words could have on those who are suffering from a tragedy or loss in their lives.
My way with words could also embrace the heart of my readers to share in the excitement of true love that I create in the lives of my characters.
Words can be bitter and harmful or sooth the inner most makings of our continual beating hearts!
The command of the English language is what can transpose a normal every day word into a stunning work of art!
My goal in writing is to paint a written picture of love, hurt, tragedy, triumph, and passion.
In most written canvases, these words: love, hurt, tragedy, triumph, and passion are the main characters in just about every story line.
The optimal expression for me is to leave my readers with a sense of closure or understanding of the true essence of what writing is meant to do ~ provoke the heart and stimulate the mind!