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Meet Guest Author Linda G. Hill…

I made it to Chris, the Story Reading Ape’s Author Hall of Fame! Click on the original post button to read my article, and comment there. 😀

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Hi there. I’m Linda, and I’m an author. It’s been a long, straight road since I wrote my first novel during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in 2004. That particular piece of *ahem* literature still hasn’t seen the light of day, mostly because of how much I’ve learned about writing since.

To back up a bit, my writing career began when I was four years old. I remember having one of my parents staple a stack of paper together so I could write a book. They encouraged me to just draw pictures, but I wasn’t having any of that. I wanted to tell a story. Unfortunately for them I could only spell the words “I” and “the” at the time, so I bothered them unceasingly. Since then, I’ve been writing in my head if not on paper or the keyboard. I can’t not do it. It’s a part of me.

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One-Liner Wednesday – Bike Path

I would still need hip waders to walk on the waterfront underwater trail.

Wasn’t it the Creature from the Black Lagoon who walks sadly back into the water? That would be me.

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