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Follow your dreams
By Tracy B. Evans
Wednesday, November 07, 2007

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My dream became true .

Follow your dreams, I did!

As a young child, I dreamed of writing.  I started a poetry book.  When something touched me, I wrote a poem about it.  If someone had a birthday coming up, I made them a special poem.  No matter what was going on, I wrote.

Later on in life, I developed a passion for writing.  I wrote many stories, some of which are still hand written.  I never felt the stories were presentable or interesting.  So, I laid the story down, and moved on to the next big idea.

I wrote often.  I never felt like any story I came up with, was good.  So, I never gave up.  I worked as hard as I could.  I did much research and strove to accomplish my dream.

I cannot tell you how many times that I would get discouraged.  Many times I thought that I was not meant to be a writer.  I would later refuse to listen to what my mind was telling me and I followed my heart.

As time passed, I came up with a good story.  I worked really hard on it.  I changed the plot around many, many times.  Finally, I felt that I had it right.

That is when I published Fatal Kidnaping.  It was the perfect story.  It has mystery, romance, hate, murder, and an abduction.  I wanted to make my debut novel, perfect. 

In conclusion to this story, I want to say to never give up!  Follow your dreams.  Believe in yourself!  You have to have faith that you can accomplish your dreams.


Tracy B. Evans  - Author of Fatal Kidnapping



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Reviewed by sally raphael 6/20/2008
Dream on then Tracy because this book is absolute tripe and frankly you are not meant to be a writer, which is clearly why you had to publish this drivel yourself. What a waste of money and time. I am so offended, I feel like demanding my money back.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/19/2007
This is fine advice, Tracy. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 11/7/2007
You can follow your dreams if you have the money.

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