Today’s interview is with Katy Huth Jones. Welcome to the blog. Tell us something about yourself.
I grew up an Army brat in a creative family, and being a painfully shy child, books were my best friends during our frequent moves. I dropped out of college and married my husband Keith 37 years ago, planning to finish “some day” but ended up being “self-taught” after homeschooling our two sons and hundreds of others for twenty-five years. Now we have three precious grandbabies, live in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, and I play piccolo and flute in a quality regional symphony.
You probably have a better education that 90% of the people coming out of college. At what point did you know you wanted to be a writer?
Although I’d been writing stories since I was eight, I made a conscious decision to “be a writer” at age 28 when I…
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