I started writing poetry at seven after my dad died, then quit—now I can’t stop.
My first book, poetry, titled, Inflexation, is special because it contains many poems I’d written at a young age, and Kurt Vonnegut sent me a postcard saying, “Your poems say good things to me!”
After I read Egar Allen Poe I was aborbed, since then I've read a lot of books. In my writing I've found that the story takes over and starts to write itself; in a way. The only regret I have is that I didn't pursue writing as unrelenting as now. I wasted a lot of years, and now I'm trying to catch up. Writing is a time burner, and there's never enough time.