ULM: What was like writing this memoir?
It was fun but extremely painful and at the same time very therapeutic.
ULM: How would you describe My Sister, My Daighter, and Me using only three words?
Crazy, fun, ridiculous.
ULM: Which scene from your memoir would say was the best time shared among the three of you, ladies?
Our cruise to Ensenada, Mexico, It was crazy fun from the beginning to the end. We all laughed and laughed until we could laugh no more.
ULM: How did finishing the memoir feel?
It was a comforting feeling of letting go, leaving some anger and pain behind as well as finding some closure after five years of suffering.
ULM: What advice would you give to others who went through similar situations?
Seek the assistance of a professional therapist to help you take one step at a time. Keep a sense of humor, a positive attitude with friends and family and, most of all, laugh all you can!
ULM: Did you ever think your memoir would be published by a publisher?
I always knew I had a great story to tell.
ULM: Are their any other future writing projects that you can share with us, readers?
A future writing project will be about a troubled teenager living with the HIV virus.
ULM: What would you say to someone who is struggling?
Don’t give up. Stay strong and positive and follow your dreams.
ULM: Where can readers find you and your memoir online?