Cheryl Cooper Describes Her Impulse to Write
Huntsville, Ontario, February 16 – An early morning address to Rotarians here by author Cheryl Cooper included a reprise of the writer's long journey from first writing to published novel, reports Alison Brownlee in Cottage Country Now. From the satisfactions of first-stories written as a school girl, through the trauma of a searing editorial critique of her manuscript, and on to the Spartan adventure of a 72-hour novel-writing marathon, the author of Come Looking for Me tells how she remains as drawn to writing as she is to a tray of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. Read the complete story here.
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