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Today’s author secrets:
– Rebecca Hamilton’s Author Secret –
My author secret isn’t necessarily a secret, but it’s something most people don’t know. I’m part Native American (Blackfoot/Niitsitapi). There are times where revealing this to certain people would be really ironic, but I bite my tongue. Not because I’m ashamed, but because I refuse to use my racial background to make a point, and its fine by me if I’m the only one aware of the irony in those situations. That said, to me, it’s an important part of who I am, but it’s also a private part of who I am. I don’t go into it much, not even with my husband, but it does mean more to me than a box to tick when I fill out paperwork, and although I have zero interest in knowing anything about my sperm donor, I’ve always sought to learn more about my heritage. Not because it defines me, but because it’s a piece of who I am. I’m also Irish, in case anyone was wondering, and I know a lot about the history of the Irish and all that they went through as well. I will refrain from getting on a soapbox about any of this, but I will say that this, along with raising children with Autism, have shaped the stories I write, as I often play with perception, assumption, and judgment in my writing.
— Noree Cosper’s Author Secret —
Noree Cosper’s Secret Aspirations of Godhood
I have a god complex. Seriously, the characters I write about tend to aspire to be gods or build up to having godlike power. I know what you’re thinking. This isn’t exactly what the term means, but it seems to fit and I do tend to be pretty arrogant. I mean, I’m always right and I’m more intelligent than most of the population. I’m also attracted to arrogant me, because who else would be worthy of me, but another god? Heh, just kidding. Maybe. Still, I love writing about gods and mythology…and I love my characters having power and dealing with world threatening odds.