Meet Cassidy, Cassidy Cole. She’s a writer who glued glow-in-the-dark stars above her bed when she was four.
What’s your favorite genre to write? She writes words that are strung into sentences, sentences that are packed into paragraphs, and on and on and on, you see.
What’s your idea of perfect happiness? She fantasizes about lost adventures, tickled toes, treehouse afternoons, cold tea, and swings.
What trait to you most value in yourself? She is raw, authentic-like, and it’s beautiful.
What trait to you most value in other writers? She loves when others are too, especially with open eyes.
What do you do when you’re not putting words on the page? She lives through spontaneity, through empty dance floors, rainy nights, and endless expeditions, examinations, explorations.
Which author(s) do you most admire? Everyone who writes words, beautiful ones, simple ones…
Which words or phrases do you most overuse? The word twinkle
Favorite word? … Twinkle
Least favorite word? Tinkle
When did you first identify yourself as a writer? When she wrote a poem about a pumpkin who changed colors with the biggest imagination.
Why are you actively involved in Lighthouse Writers Workshop? I needed a lighthouse in all the rough waves.
What is your motto? Never loose your sparkle and your salubrity while you sip on the sunflowers.