Hello, there, again! If you’ve made it to part three of this series, I’m flattered that you’re probably liking my movie interpretations. You probably know already that I have a knack for reading movies...
Back in part one of this series, I explained how some books just seem to really lend themselves to being a book. Just as books make great movies–sometimes; yes, sometimes–I feel like there are some stories that go great the other way, too.
Whenever a book is adapted to a movie, all its readers flock to the theatre to see if the directors could pull off the text’s awesomeness. I wonder if the same would stand for...
A Lifelong Writer
While I like to believe I’m “just” eccentric, I can’t deny that I’m more than a little peculiar. I could blame my love of writing, which drove my goal to be an author, my career as a writing instructor, and my hobby as a writing blogger and community leader, but that probably isn’t the only reason.
But that’s only when I’m not balancing my roles as an active military spouse, a new human mommy, an experienced furry mommy, and a lifelong learner! With too many hobbies to afford—mentally and financially—I suspect I’m probably the reason I’m insane. But, it’s okay; I wouldn’t want to hold a grudge against anyone else!
The poetry market is a smaller one that can be harder to break into. However, there is still a way to get your poems out there. You can publish your work in as simple as 6 steps if you really want to, and this book is how.