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June 3 question: Writer's have secrets! What are one or two of yours, something readers would never know from your work?
What readers would never know from my work:
My book, Incense and Peppermints, is a work of fiction. However, incorporated into the story are factual events. Things that happened to me and to the world. It takes place in 1969. It was a wild age when the United States had begun pulling out of of the Viet Nam War. Endless protests, hippies, Woodstock, drinking and drugs, which I'd remembered quite well, even though I was not yet a teen myself at that time. Also, there was a music revolution, and the songs mentioned are tunes that I remember well, and love to this day.
What writer's secrets are you holding onto?