For as long as I can remember, books have been my salvation. I always have a book (or my Kindle) wherever I go. When I was a teenager, I had an old curling iron with a broken heating element, and I would plug it in, hide under the covers with a book, and use the little orange light from that broken curling iron to read. I'm surprised I didn't damage my eyes. But, a girl's got to do what a girl's got to do, right? As an adult, I no longer have to sneak-read, which is a relief.
These days I can be found writing my own novels (where I can legitimately say reading is research) or spending time with my husband. I love to travel to all kinds of places, but water is always a plus, with the ocean a major bonus.
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I need this mug in my life, except mine would say, "Pay not attention to my browsing history OR my text messages..."
Here I am, writing by the river in Montrose, Colorado.