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Samuel Goldwyn thought that no one should write their autobiography until after they were dead. Kajol rather famously said that only self-obsessed people write autobiographies. Mia Farrow said that the only thing she enjoyed writing was her autobiography. JM Coetzee said that all writing is autobiographical. Some unknown writer said that writing an autobiography was akin to using quotes in an essay.

I'm not really sure what they meant by that.

But what about me?

Well, I was born in Chicago. I spent my childhood in rural Illinois, running in the endless cornfields. Just before I made it into puberty, my mother moved my sister and I to Minneapolis. I spent my formative angsty teen years in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

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I got interviewed!

Y’all, every once in a while, something happens that makes me go “wait, what? Me?!?”





One of those just recently happened. I was interviewed for the Author of the Day on Manybooks.net!





Being a writer is a lonely job. I used to think it meant that as a writer you spent so much of your time observing and considering human behavior that you rarely spent time to just enjoy the moment and be present.





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