This is a continuation of the second part, which is posted here. If you haven't done so already, please read the two previous posts before reading the third and final part. Thank you! After taking my British Literature class, I felt cornered. What was I to do with what I'd discovered was my passion and… Continue reading My Writing Journey, Part Three
This is a continuation of the first part. If you haven't done so already, please click here to read part one, then you can come back and read this post. Enjoy!
From my early years, I was a literary-minded person. I can easily flash back to the Methodist preschool classroom where my teacher, Mrs. Thal, would read us a picture book--when her words carried me away to foreign, abstract worlds and I sat enchanted. I can recall my kindergarten teacher, wide-eyed as I read aloud her… Continue reading My Writing Journey, Part One