It’s been a long time since anyone has wanted to interview me about my writing.
Or maybe they wanted to, but up until recently, I wouldn’t have been able to oblige. As many of you know, I suffer from PAWS – post acute withdrawal syndrome – as a result of improperly weaning off Klonopin, a powerful, physician-prescribed anti-anxiety medication. Initially, my brain was so damaged that I couldn’t walk or talk. Worst of all, I couldn’t read and I couldn’t write. At 44 months off, I’m doing nearly everything I did prior to the injury. It’s just…harder.
And today, I found out that the interview I did with author AJ Alexander went live.
I met AJ during August McLaughlin’s Beauty of a Woman BlogFest (#BOAW2017), and we liked each other’s writing style. Also, we kinda thought we may have dated the same weird-psychopath for a minute there. We didn’t. (((wipes brow)))
I’m truly humbled to be recognized for my writing.
It’s been a long time since I’ve identified as a “writer” – but I must confess, I’m back to it again.
If you’d like to read the interview about my new creative process, click HERE.
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