November 1st was National Autor’s Day. I’m a little late, I can’t keep up, hence my blogs name, Michelle’s Crazy-busy life.
When I was a little girl, I wanted to be an author!
I was raised by readers and writers. My Grandma was a librarian, my Aunt, and Uncle are published authors on Amazon.
My Grandma would take me to the library at a young age and check out books for me, and encourage me to read.
My Aunt taught me how to write, and I would receive A’s on my papers in school. I feel like I lost that skill over 20 years, but the connection is there, it can still come back.
I’ve always been an avid reading, and I love writing, all throughout my life, whether it is journaling or blogging.
Cheers to authors, I think you are awesome.
Maybe when I retire, I can be a published author. Between raising two kids, working full time, (two jobs), and taking care of the house, and my parents, I just don’t have time for much of anything.
Get lost in a book, and travel to another world. Reading has so many benefits for your brain, mental health, and it relaxes you.
These are my Aunt and Uncle’s books that they have published on Amazon! How cool of them. I need to ask them how they had time, although my Uncle is retired.
This is my Uncle:
This is his book:
He has 6 books on Amazon, and is an outstanding author.
This is my Aunt’s book. She is a hospice Nurse. She writes about her journey as a hospice nurse and also taking care of her brother, (my Uncle), when he was dying of a massive heart blockage.
This is a great quote. I love reading and writing!Sincerley by Michelle gast