Yours truly, as featured on Denise Gow’s Blog!
DG: When did you first realise you wanted to write?
What was going on in your life at this time?
TM: It sounds odd, but I’ve always felt my compunction to write was as much a genetic thing as the colour of my eyes or the shape of my nose. It just arrived with the package and never went away.
DG: Was it long after that knowing that you started writing?
TM: Having mastered the art of holding a pen and joining letters together to make whole sentences, I cannot recall a time when I was not writing something. My early attempts often took the form of poetry (I use the word loosely, as some of it was shocking in the extreme), and much of the angst of my teenage years was thus recorded. Fortunately, for humanity’s sake, the bulk of that particular evidence against me was lost…
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