Check out this post by guest author Traci Kenworth from Sue Vincent’s blog.
I’ve been afraid my whole life. When I was in school, from elementary to high school, I was bullied. I came from a poor family and didn’t have the right clothes, looks, or weight. I’ve always written. I used to make movie scripts for my Barbies and my cowboys and Native Americans plastic figures. It was just something I did. I didn’t think much on it. When I went to college, I pursued my dream of Equine Science, that’s horses in case you were wondering.
Due to finances, that dream didn’t work out for me. I came home from college after a year-and-a-half, feeling like an utter failure. Seeds had been planted in me though prior to my leaving. I’d watched three films that year: Stand by Me, Dirty Dancing, and The Lost Boys. They all made an impression on me, especially Stand by Me. I’d read Stephen King’s…
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