What is you favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is Anatomy and Physiology. I love learning about how God created the human body to work almost flawlessly and all the different systems He put in place.
What inspired you to start writing?
I was inspired to start writing when I decided I didn’t like math. Mom would always find me writing short stories when I was supposed to be doing it. I wrote my first book at the age of 7. It’s around 500 words long and about a TV that danced during the winter. My writing improved slightly after that, taking on more realistic storylines. I really started writing seriously when my Mom bought me the One Year Adventure Novel program. It teaches you how to write a compelling story and goes through the process in one school year.
What is Moonbeam about?
Moonbeam is about a young horse named Moonbeam. She lives in the land of Glaucio with her mother and herd. The story is an somewhat of an allegory, because at places in the book it’s shown how the world of Glaucio was made and near the end ***spoiler alert*** the Jesus-figure lays down his life for the horses.
What inspired Moonbeam?
Moonbeam was inspired by a poster at Wal-Mart. As silly as it may sound, that’s where the idea came from. My sister and Mom were shopping for something else, probably craft stuff which I’m not interested in, so I went to look at the posters. I saw the horse one and immediately thought “Oh! Story idea!”.
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Do you plan to write more books?
I definitely plan to write more books! I’m in the process of writing one right now and have several other ideas in the works.