A Little History
This all started with a simple idea, write a horse story and publish it. Now the universe has grown to include a series, possibly two, and many more ideas. Because I needed time for exploring my creativity and wanted a central place to share it, I had to consolidate a few things.
What happened to Right the Writer?
Right the Writer was a wonderful six year journey of honing my craft as a writer. Although I loved having a hosted, minimal-maintenance WordPress site, I began feeling the “no plugins allowed” constraint after releasing Spirit of the Lone Horse. Moving it during the consolidation process was a logical choice. Don’t worry, nothing other than an overcomplicated footer was lost.
The Do You Believe In Legend? Blog Tour
Thank you to those bloggers who participated in the Do You Believe in Legend? blog tour. It means a lot. Please do visit them. Authors supporting their fellow authors is one of the hallmarks of the indie community.
Born and raised in Southern California, the diagnosis of hydrocephalus at birth should have killed Ani, or worse, left her blank to the world. Her strength of spirit, parents’ love, and a miracle all combined to overcome that prognosis within nine months. From this almost impossible beginning, she has developed into all-around person with the technical knowledge and analytical mind of a programmer, creative and detailed orientation of a writer/editor, and aesthetic instincts of a designer/photographer.
Her writing career started when a friend in Cyprus made her promise to stop throwing away her writings because she thought they weren’t good enough. After returning to the States, she set out to finish a single horse story and get it published. However, the book, like the writer, needed time to mature.
While perfecting her craft, Ani graduated from San Francisco State with a BA in Industrial Arts and worked several jobs from retail sales to human resources project management. Her innate ability to learn new computer programs with minimal instruction and need to be creative led to her current long-term stint as a web designer and developer.