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Interview with Nancey Flowers:

BBN: When did you begin your writing career?    

I began writing at a very early age. I had a vast library as early as 8. Beverly Cleary, Judy Blume, Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, Flowers In The Attic, I Know Why The Cage Bird Sings, If Beale Street Could Talk and many others filled my shelves.  I kept a diary until age 17 and a journal from time to time afterward. My journal noted the significant happening in my life, but it became too difficult to maintain a log of daily activities.  But deep down I was always a writer at heart. I would complete book reports without effort and write my own fascinating stories, winning me a series of awards from school for creative writing. Writing was always a dream of mine

BBN: How would you describe your style of writing?

My writing is best described as contemporary.  My novels (A Fool's Paradise, Shattered Vessels, Twilight Moods a collaborative effort of erotic stories) are always fun, but have a message. A Fool's Paradise delves into the life of Anne-Marie Saunders and her very dysfunctional family. Her mother can't stand her, but loves the fair skin sister, Nadine. Who say's parent's don't have favorites. Even though Anne-Marie is a star in college, she still can't seem to win her mothers love and the situation turns for the worse when she announces at Sunday dinner with her boyfriend that she is pregnant. The only comment her mother can spare as she looks toward her husband is "My, my, my.looks like your rising star has fallen."

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