Kathy Priebe's Writing On A Blank Page

About Me

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I have been writing since I was a little girl. It was an avenue that knew no boundaries; a land and time that I controlled. It was my outlet for a very over-active imagination. I could be rich and beautiful or a damsel in distress. A mercenary soldier for hire, or a Navy Seal rescuing political hostages. Oh did I have some grand adventures! Adventures that I still, to this day, continue to have and now share.


As I grew up, I put away my pen and tucked my imagination in bed for a long sleep. In the late 70's, early 80's I went to college for Business Administration. I managed some and ran a couple of my own businesses. All in all, I ended up the proverbial jack-of-all-trades. Went back to school in the late 90's for Electrical/Electronic Computer Engineering. Now there's a heck of a field! And I can honestly say I perfected being the jack-of-all-trades!


I began to see a pattern in my life while writing out a resume. A restlessness that followed me in my adulthood. Actually it was a professor that pointed out the fact that I might want to be writing instead of chasing circuits! (A special thanks to L.Durnbaugh- Hugs!)


So I dusted off my pen and started exercising my rusty imagination and the rest, as they say, is history.



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National Novel Writing Month

This takes place from Nov.1 to Nov. 30. It is pure craziness and a whole lot of fun. What is it? It's pounding out a 50,000 word novel in a month. (Or more if you dare) There are forums, groups to join, word counts and a whole lot more. Mean while; those that sponser it take donations to help build children's libraries in counties that can not afford to do so on their own.

For more information: check out www.nanowrimo.org (will open in another window), I don't know why or how I started NaNo'ing? I do know, I just did.

Your Visit counts. Thank you.
The World is a Blank Page, just waiting for the next exciting word to be written. So, another day...a few words, then there I go; tripping into yet, another story!


K.Priebe 1998

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