Beer Cart Girls Save the World
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In three sentences, tell us how you ended up interested in writing. I was an avid reader as a child and started writing short stories as a teenager. For a long time I put off making the effort to write novel length fiction. However, after fifteen years of writing pharmaceutical documents I decided it was time to give fiction writing a shot. What are two memories from your writing career that stick with you the most?
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There is only one memory more satisfying than finishing my first novel; landing a publishing deal. What you most like and least like about writing?
I enjoy the challenge of piecing together a story that will compel the reader to finish the book. Like all writers the most difficult part of writing is the constant editing and the fact that most editing involves removing numerous sections and lines that you thought at one point you couldn't live without.
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