THE DREAMS OF A VORACIOUS READER

I was in my 9th grade when I read my first novel. Of course, there were short stories, fairy tales, comics, etc that I read before. But that book, Sidney Sheldon’s “Tell me your Dreams”, Gosh! I could not put it down. Started at 9pm on a school night and sat throughout the entire night and finished it!. The complex characters, the story just captured my attention like never before. From that day to this day, I could never put a good book down, rather a good story! I think that holds true for a lot of people…. I love how writers describe things, it could be a character, a strong, a situation… even small things such as describing the weather or an object. The minute details make all the difference! Transporting people into a time and place they want to, what a wonderful talent to have. I believe that was my first inspiration behind the writing. I started working with candles online a few years ago when my brother asked me if I wanted to… and writing for this also helped me realize I want to pursue a professional career in the writing field. I have been working as a content writer for the past four years.

However, all I have ever wanted to do was tell a story…. It could be an ordinary story, of an everyday event of an ordinary person…. But the words were written could just touch even one person… a little girl lying awake on a school night and not being able to put the book down. That’s the dream! I continue to write with that vision in my mind…

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2 thoughts on “THE DREAMS OF A VORACIOUS READER

  1. Sydney Sheldon was part of my life at that particular time. ‘Bloodline’, ‘Rage of Angels’, ‘Tell me your dreams’, and so on are some of the fab novels that I have read of him. I used to finish them by a week’s time… I didn’t have that liberty much that time, you know it. 😂😉

    This article is your little cameo which is very well presented as always. I hope to see more from you, darling sis.

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