Every author, I believe, remembers what and when they first wrote something just for the pleasure of it, because the writing of it made them feel good, or because they had a story inside them that yearned to be told. And the second most cherished memory that authors have, could very well be the first time they shared what they wrote, and the reactions that produced.
And I truly believe most writers experience that joy and excitement all over again when watching other authors go through that process of first stepping out and letting others experience their work. Given that, I am happy to host my friend Lillian MacKenzie Rhine, whose very first published work, Memoirs of a Succubus is currently available on Amazon.
What was the very first thing you ever wrote, and how old were you?
This might sound funny but the very first thing I have…
View original post 1,105 more words