Once Upon A Time…

I read something recently that said when someone is changing what they do, they need to tell a story to help their fans understand. It may be too late to explain myself to Gymshoes fans who don’t understand that I’m an author, too, now that I’m back in print in ebook form. So, here’s my story:

Once upon a time there was a wordy girl who had too many words. Some of the words she put into poems, some she put into stories and some she put into songs. One day while making music for some of her words to live in she made some other music. This wasn’t music she could sing to, but as the old saying from American Bandstand went, “you can dance to it”. So she did. This was music she could dance to, daydream to and listen to when she put her words into stories. Most of the time when she made Gymshoes Music the stories she told did not have words. She missed words. She had more words than songs would contain so she wrote more long stories. She still dreams music and writes songs. Some of them even have words. She has always been a writer of stories. Music is but one way of telling them. πŸ˜€

There. Does that help? πŸ˜€ Many (perhaps most) creative people have multiple outlets for their creativity. I’m fortunate in that both books and music are creative outlets which can be made available to the general public. They’re sometimes even complementary to one another. So grab an album and a book, kick back and go elsewhere for a while. Welcome to my imagination! πŸ™‚