When I was a kid, growing up in Iowa, I didn't know that just anyone could pick up a pencil and write stories. I thought you had to have permission, maybe, or someone else had to designate you as an official writer. So instead of writing down my own stories, I tried to content myself with copying the dialogue from my favorite comic books and mysteries (I was a big Hardy Boys, Trixie Belden and Nancy Drew fan). Imagine my exhilaration when I discovered anybody could write--although preferably not copying other's work. I haven't stopped writing since.
I live in Vermont now, in a log cabin on a dirt road, with four cats, a bird, and my family. I've published short stories, essays and articles. Given that I grew up landlocked, I think it's funny that my first published novel takes place on the coast--must be the Norwegian in me!
Often people are surprised to learn that my professional training is in computer science. Personally, I think writing and programming have a lot in common: they are both completely entrancing endeavors that require logic, systematic thought, and perseverance...
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Have you ever thought that if one thing hadn't happened, a whole set of things never would have either? . Like dominoes in time, a single event kicked off an unstoppable series of changes that gained momentum and spun out of control, and nothing was ever the same again. Don't ever doubt that a mere second can change your life forever.
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