Karen Cioffi co-author of Day’s End Lullaby Is Interviewed By Norm Goldman Of
Karen is a former accountant
who left her profession in 2000 and has now turned her talents to
authoring and freelance writing.
Two of Karen’s favorite
sayings are: Nothing ventured, nothing gained and You
must be the change you want to see in the world.
Karen is a children's author and children's ghostwriter as well as the Editor-in-Chief of Writers on the Move.
Good day Karen and thanks for
participating in our interview
When did you first realize
you wanted to be a writer? What keeps you going?
It's a great interview, please stop by and check it out with the link at the top of the post.
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