Savannah Mae of BLOGCRITICS.ORG recently interviewed me about my new book, The Lullaby Illusion.
Her questions were thought-provoking and took me back to my childhood reminding me of why I became a writer.
Susan, I’ve been perusing the various websites and web-pages of yours and I have to say that you have lived an extraordinary life. If you don’t mind though, I’d like to start this interview a bit further back by asking you about your childhood. Who were you as a child? (Were you the shy, demure child, or did you always have that adventurous spirit)?
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I had read The Lullaby Illusion before finding this interview. It helped me know Joyce better although the book itself is quite revealing. She has always somehow known how to turn the proverbial lemon into lemonade. The quote from her minister father “when you’re old enough to tell yourself what to do” made me laugh. I would say a life well lived from childhood on….
Thanks for reading my book and commenting on my interview. It was great fun to be asked questions about my childhood. My father had some great expressions (he called them words of wisdom). The quote you mention was one he often used, and it always gave me hope.