Goodreads asked L.A.A. Law:

What’s the best thing about being a writer?

L.A.A. Law Honestly, I don't really consider myself one. I know that sounds strange, but the whole writing experience started out more as a form of therapy. My family was dealing with taking care of loved ones who had grave health issues and the situation caused me to work out a deal with my boss to work mainly at home so I could care for them. A client told me if I got frustrated to write out the frustration, but when I opened the computer to do that, I just couldn't complain. I made the choice I could live with and wanted to make sure I did the right thing, Instead, when I put my keys to the keyboard, I saw the road in my first book and writing became a wonderful escape from the four walls of the home that bound me. It is the absolute best and if I can share it with others, all the better. Happy reading and good health.

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