bonnyconnie

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bonnyconnie

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  • About

    Birthday:
    May 31, 1939 (Age: 77)
    Location:
    USA
    Are you published?:
    Yes
    Favorite Writers:
    Margaret Atwood, Alex Haley, Charles Dickens, Margaret Mitchell, Clive Barker, James Patterson...I could be cheesy and also list Steve King and Anne Rice but I honestly don't consider them my favorite's (at all) but do really like some of their work. I have too many favs to list I guess.
    Favorite Books:
    A Handmaid's Tale
    Roots
    The Corrections

    Non-Fiction Historical novels written by hard-working novelists who don't get half the damn credit that ya-hoo's like 50 Shades of Gray writers get.
    Favorite Quotes:
    "Nothing that you have not given away will ever truly be yours."
    ~ C.S. Lewis
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Unspecified
    Political Views:
    • No Preference
    I've been creatively writing since I was very, very little. Since pre-K and/or when I first learned to string words together to form sentences.

    I LOVE to write, read, engage in conversations about books and movies and the creative arts and, in fact, love ALL of the arts - theater, spoken word, poetry, dance, etc. etc.

    My dream job would be to choreograph professional dance routines (with an emphasis on tap dancing) and/or agent novels.

    Why choreography over agent? In choreography one has full creative access to direct an entire dance production - one can inspire feelings and emotions in a large population of people. A choreographer can MAKE the emotions happen - - they aren't DIRECTED by human emotions.

    An agent has much of the same creative freedom. He/She can introduce thought like Gone with the Wind or Harry Potter or Wizard of Oz...thoughts that weren't available before the agent made the decision to publish and introduced those books to the world. And if you've read this far, no - I am NOT 74 LOL!

    Writing, reading, movies, all creative ARTS