I've been a professional writer for over 20 years. I am constantly asked how I got into writing. People are endlessly fascinated with my career choice for some reason. I tell them I didn't choose writing, writing chose me. I kinda love that answer because it sums up what almost all of us can and should do. Listen to our hearts and choose the path that is best for us. For me, writing and being creative was in my blood. My passion is also my career. How lucky am I?
When I started dating again after my divorce, a friend of mine poked and prodded me into the online world. It was a concept that was just taking hold of the public's imagination and was still considered unchartered territory. That was all the hook I needed. Never was I one to follow conventional methods, I dove right into the ocean of online dating. Not long afterwards that same friend said I should start writing a book about my experiences. I thought it was brilliant, and Fishing for Love - the book was on it's way.
I believe in love and that every woman and man deserve their happy ending. The path to finding that can be as smooth or as bumpy as you make it. What I have found doing my research for my upcoming book series, "Finding the Love You Deserve", is that we (ladies) seem to need the most help. We latch onto the notion of love a lot quicker and stronger than our male counterparts. Nothing wrong with that, but sometimes there's a line between being in love and being delusional. We've all been there and now it's time to talk about it, get through the things that are keeping us single, and get our happy ending - whatever that looks like for you. It's a personal journey and I'm asking for you to join in the conversation, open up to not only the audience, but yourself.
It's a big pond out there and there's a million and one fish to catch. How do you truly know if you've got a keeper? Finding, keeping and sometimes tossing back those fishes is what we'll talk about as we journey together in our quest for finding the love we all deserve!