I have no formal education to speak of, and discovered, only in recent years, that I could write.
I lean more to the very serious and ethereal, the intangible dynamics of life and the world, you might say. But I love world history, world politics and world cultures, and especially the roots of their trends, and that being in the form of biographies of people, kingdoms and empires that caused the pendulum of history to swing. But I have also enjoyed the very trite in creating political cartoons that satire international affairs, as well as a great love for children's stories.
My greatest influences have been Jesus, my parents and syblings, my husband, and, as I am a composer, I have loved Beethhoven, Handel, as well as ancient Irish ballads. Other beloved persons that have shaped my life are Laurel and Hardy, Andrew Jackson, Chuck Missler, Dave Hunt, Charles Spurgeon and Oswald Chambers.
There is nothing more powerful, in this present world, than words. I love the challenge, as well as the responsibility to truth, to offer a view, perhaps not as yet presented through such a prism, that will, hopefully, prick the reader's spirit, and create a zealous desire to search out the thing for themselves.