I’ve been writing my whole life, beginning with stories I told myself before falling asleep, fine-tuning them night after night. When I was 10, I borrowed my parents’ old manual typewriter and, using scratchy math paper from school, put my first story down on paper—a tale of Bigfoot, me, and the Bay City Rollers.

annhall_0219 croppedOver the years, my stories have changed but the basic process is the same: I get an idea, I think about it night after night, and then I write it down. One of those stories turned into a novel, Damaged Goods.

I keep writing. I hope you enjoy my words.

Photo by Stu Rosner