Truth be told, I've been writing for as long as I can remember, and I absolutely enjoy doing it. From the days of writing short stories in class, to when I actually completed my first novel, I have loved using my mighty pen sword. But aspiring writers, whether you've been writing since you could hold a pen, or if it's something new you're trying out, should always remember to have confidence, grow and learn. I think everyone should write because they love to. You don't have to be the next Stephen King or JK Rowling. Your only competition should be yourself, and as you nurture and hone your craft, hopefully others will be inspired by and appreciate your work.
Cindi Lee, born Cindi-Lee Bernard, was born in 1986 on the island of Jamaica. Living on and off in the United States, she attended schools in both Jamaica and the US. Cindi Lee earned a Bachelors in English at the University of the West Indies where she also studied Japanese. Her taste in books ranges widely, enjoying works by Christine Feehan, Alfred Bester, Jamaica Kincaid, Graham Greene, Charles Dickens, Judith Guest and more. She draws her inspiration from all avenues.
"Write because you love to write." -Cindi Lee