What an interesting question! Jan Sikes is one of my favorite authors. Be sure to check out some of her books. Who knows? Our grandkids may be reading some of her granddaughter’s books in the future…
Hello, SE’ers! This is Jan Sikes, and I cannot tell you how thrilled I am to post my first blog on this site. It is truly an honor to join such a diverse and talented group of writers. Today I want to talk about a topic that I’ve had on my mind a lot lately as I watch my granddaughter grow and develop a talent.
CAN THE WRITING GENE BE HEREDITARY?
This is a question I have pondered, as I watch my nine-year-old granddaughter craft stories. She has quite the imagination and can sit down and churn out a short story in no time. Her latest was about a nine-year-old girl named Cleo, who discovers that she is a direct descendant of Cleopatra. The little girl, Cleo, also finds that she has secret powers. I was amazed when I read it. Needless to say, it is in…
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Wasn’t that a great article, Patty? I like the thought of being able to read her granddaughter’s work someday. Thanks for sharing:) xo
So do I, Denise! I loved her article!
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Thank you SO much for the reblog, Patty!!
It’s a privilege, Jan, to reblog an insightful article written by such a great author and friend.