Today’s interview is with Bokerah Brumley. Welcome to the blog. Tell us something about yourself.
Thanks for having me, Lela. It’s great to be here digitally.
I’m a blue-haired, home-schooling mom-weirdo from a tiny town in West Texas. My name means Morning, and I live on ten acres with five kids, four peacocks, three dogs, two cats, and one husband.
At what point did you know you wanted to be a writer?
When I was seven or eight, I wrote a poem for my mother. It was awful, but I loved it. Since then, I’ve written scads and scads of letters. In my teens, I went on to write bunches and bunches of angst-y poetry, a few short stories, and a couple of novellas. I didn’t know enough to know how bad it all was, but my grandmother always read whatever I sent to her and encouraged me to continue…
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