Some people in the world are born to inspire others. Daisy Hickman is one of those women.
I met Daisy one day online via author Laura Munson. We clicked on each other’s blogs and a fast friendship was formed. I was immediately drawn to her spirit. A writer, a poet, and student of sociology she has created a beautiful space called The Sunny Room Studio where she reminds us that it is important to “Live in Rooms Filled with Light” (Aulus Cornelius Celsus).
She invites a variety of interesting writers to her blog as she believes that “there is much to be gained by addressing intriguing topics in a conversational setting.” When I am feeling a bit low, I know that I can always head there for inspiration and food for thought.
A few weeks ago, I was flattered when Daisy invited me to be a guest. After much thought and hand wringing, trying to figure out something worthy to say, I decided to share some of my writer’s journey. I have always been intrigued by the backstories of books. Most of us toil for years before we can claim publishing credit and there were many tales and confessions from authors along the way that kept me moving forward, kept me grounded and able to put my own difficulties in perspective. It is my hope to be able to do the same for others.
Come on over to The Sunny Room Studio, pull up a chair by clicking HERE, and let me share a few thoughts with you!