Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.
I don't consider myself a writer but a typist that writes what I see and hear. There is a dimension beyond my own self that puts me in touch with ideas, stories, characters, and dialogues. Many of these characters, and their conversations, would never have happened to me if they did not tell me what they wanted to share; whispering in my ear. Even when I sit down to write a script for a commercial, I see the story pass in front of my eyes. Then, I just write it. And because I write, people call me "writer"; a more acceptable label than presenting myself instead of saying: "Oh no, I'm just interpreting reality that transcends the dimensions of my human being.” Will they be the muses? I don't know. But I love to receive the company of the most diverse characters - according to the stories I have to write.
I write for myself, and I write as a ghostwriter for others: all kinds of literature, fiction, non-fiction, creative strategies, slogans, prints, articles, and including feature screenplays.
I am grateful for this gift that allows me to love what I do! And, even more grateful to have found a talented editor and proofreader that help me express myself in a better literary way: Joan Ann Nathan.