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Touched by a Teenager

I have received a few different requests from students who wanted to interview me about crochet since they’ve seen my experience in the field. Most of these have been college students but one that I recently did an interview with

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I Am Lucky to Live as a Writer Today

I was recently a featured author in the “spotlight” section of the Moregen Bailey writing blog. One of the things I shared in my article about my writing life was that I feel really lucky to live right now, in

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Calling Yourself a Writer

In one of the interviews I did about my book I was asked when I started considering myself a writer. The answer is “a long time ago” but also “just recently”. The Interview Lisa Haselton interviewed me for her her

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5 Reasons an Image-Only Interview is Awesome

In July I saw a terrific new feature on the CraftyPod blog – an image-only interview. Diane, a smart businesswoman and great creative blogger and podcaster, had done her first interview and then mentioned that she was looking for other

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Author Interview Excerpt: On Being a Solopreneur

I recently did an interview for a great blog called The Solopreneur Life. For many years I just considered myself a freelance writer but recently I’ve truly started to see myself as a solopreneur. A solopreneur is someone who runs

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My Newest Book

Crochet Saved My Life is my newest book. In it I share my own story of healing from depression through crafting. I also share the stories of 23 other women plus some research and anecdotal evidence that suggests that crochet has both mental and physical health benefits.

My Amazon Author Page

You can see my books and author bio on Amazon.