Team work makes the dream work.
When I was 8 years old, I knew I was going to become a writer.
I had just finished Ramona Quimby, Age 8 by Beverly Cleary, and I wanted to be the type of person who could write something as meaningful as that story was me to me. It was real, raw, and touched on emotions that a lot of the media I was consuming just didn’t.
And if you think writing is a weird career aspiration for an 8-year-old, just know that the summer before that, I totally thought I was going to grow up to become Nolan Ryan. (You know, the pitcher for the Texas Rangers from 1989-1993.)
There was a period in middle school where I wanted to be a professional wrestler, too. But I’ve been told it’s best to not mention that.
Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that I’m a writer through and through, and I’d love to work with you.
How can we work together? Pick your poison.