Kathy Sharp has been investigating local writers’ ‘writing journeys’. This week she’s investigating mine.
My guest this week is the talented Judi Moore, who tells us about life as a professional writer:
When my brother and I were clearing out my parents’ effects in the Nineties, I came across a short story I had written at primary school. It was about getting a grey cocker spaniel for my birthday. A couple of things immediately became clear to me. I got myself a dog (I’m now on my third canine) and started writing in earnest. I’ve been a professional writer since 1997. I find now that my life is completely suffused with writing, thinking about writing, thinking about the writing of others, and reading. I am lucky. Although, I do take credit for being single-minded enough to make the choices which got me here.
So, I’ve been living on bowls of steam for more than 20 years! And I’ve enjoyed every day of it. The…
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