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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

I guess I've been writing for about as long as I can remember. Telling stories, anyhow, if not writing them down. I had my first story published when I was sixteen, and composed stories that will help put myself through school, going to become a psychologist. From the time that I graduated however, I determined that writing was my first love, therefore I started writing full time and gave up plans for graduate school.

I'm very happy unless I spend some time writing every day. It's as though pressure builds up within me, and composing helps to discharge it. On a day, I write about half an hour. Tending into writing company, answering email, and just thinking about a book takes the next four hours. I spend from three months based on how well the figures are known by me how much study I need to do and before I begin. A book for adults, since it is longer, takes a season or even more. I wake up early hoping it is time to get up when my job is still going well. After the writing is hard and the phrases are level, I am not very pleasant to be around.

Getting a concept for a novel is the easy part. While I'm working on a single story, keeping thoughts away is what's difficult. My novels are based on things which have happened to me, things I read or have heard about, all blended up with imaginings. The best thing about writing is that the moment a personality comes alive on paper, or whenever gets actual. There aren't any bands playing at the moment, no crowda very timebut it's what I enjoy most. I had roughly 2000 stories, and over 120 books printed, poems and articles.

That I reside in Bethesda, Maryland, with my husband, Rex, a speech pathologist, who is the very first person to see my manuscripts when they are finished. Our parents, Michael and Jeff, are grown now, but in addition to their wives and children, w

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