I don't know what it is, but it's sort of like that feeling you get when you're in an unfamiliar place after dark, where every unknown looks like a threat and you're sure that a door up ahead is going to open suddenly and you'll be dragged inside and never heard from again! What if "blogging" is like that?! I guess that's why I've got a sense of adventure and like to take challenges (not risks, challenges!)
On with the show....
I guess this is where I give the Readers Digest version of me. Let's start with my author bio:
Jessica has been a writer since her first works were “published” in her grandparents’ living room and written in crayon. Today she is a former administrative assistant who is now happily pursuing a degree in social work. She is a lifelong native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she has been active in the local GLBT community for a number of years. Outside of writing, Jessica has a wide range of interests and hobbies: from Mozart in a music hall to punk in pubs, from Shakespeare to Vonnegut, from nights on the town to afternoons at country farm markets. She enjoys working on both sides of a camera and studying other cultures, languages and history. She loves meeting new people and exploring new places, always open to whatever elements might inspire her next writing project.
And I think I'll just stop there for this time, maybe spend the next few weeks extrapolating from this.