Jan 7, 2021
In this podcast, Tricia and I discuss how a question her daughter posed was the “what if” inspiration behind her debut, how her background in screenwriting both helped and provided challenges when she turned to novel-writing and how, despite the fact she’d landed a top agent, she eventually decided to self-publish.
Tricia’s writing career started in 1992 after the tragic loss of her brother to AIDS. Wanting to make a difference in the fight against HIV, she turned to her love of writing and wrote a dramatic play to take to high schools. The play was performed over 450 times and inspired Tricia to continue writing. She studied screenwriting at UCLA, and Rodeo Girl, a screenplay she co-wrote, is available on Amazon, Netflix, and UP.
To learn more about Tricia, click here.