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8 Comments on “An Author’s Mind

  1. My favorite look into an author’s mind comes from Somerset Maugham, delivered with typical British aplomb: “There are three rules for writing a great novel; unfortunately, no one knows what they are.”

  2. Very interesting introduction page, a woman of many talents. I was drawn immediately to your short movie, this is the second time I watched it. I love the movie. It is profound message, incredibly well done getting the point across so emphatically. My mom killed herself in a car with anti-depressants. I appreciate you making this film as if it saves even one person from taking this choice it will be a blessing to that person’s family. Losing a child is something I can’t begin to imagine but I think that child would want their parents to keep moving forward. Beautifully done. xoxoxo Joni

    • Thank you so much, Joni. I can’t tell you how much your comment means to me. I’m sorry that you had to go through so much while growing up. It’s devastating for a child to be subjected to an unstable and disturbing life. I wish adults would think twice while making choices especially when they are responsible for another, tender life. Mental health is a subject very dear to me. I can vouch for the difficulties one must face. You are a lovely and strong person. Lots of love, peace and joy to you. 🙂

      • Thank you Terveen. You are so right about children growing up in abusive homes or in homes where there is simply no stability or even safety. I am excited to watch more of your movies. I certainly applaud you for making a difference. Mental health issues long ago were not treated often and those suffering from some form of horrifying symptoms of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, for example, had little help. I am grateful that more attention is paid to those who suffer from illnesses that are not their fault. Lots of love, peace and joy to you. 🤗❤️

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