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Atlanta Hunter - Author


Did you want to be an author? 

I've always enjoyed writing, but to see myself as an author no. I did not see this coming. I began writing at fourteen as a way of getting my feelings out. I had issues with low self esteem and writing seemed to be my only outlet. It was always a private thing for me until now.


Can you believe you're a published author/what's next for you?

No, even now it seems surreal. Sometimes I think about it too much to where I want to take it back, but when the book is already in stores it's too late for that :). Writing is extremely personal to me, so I took a leap of faith when I decided to publish. I had to face my fear.

As far as what's next for me, I know I'm a romantic at heart so I'm always going to want to write another love story. I love the classic "prince charming falls for the maiden" or the woman who has been waiting for the right man finally meets him. I like stuff like that :).


What can the public expect from you/what do you want people to walk away with once they've read your material?

I hope my books wow readers with my versatility. No one has read anything from my perspective, so I believe that's what makes my work unique and exclusive. It may be another love story to some people, but if they've never read one of mine, they don't know what's going to happen. That's what makes my writing different. It's written by me. I want people to walk away with a sense of "wow, that was a great story." I'm not aiming to please everybody, but for those few who enjoy my work, it's worthwhile.


A little more about Atlanta

I live in Texas with my family and a huge fan of Turner Classic Movies. The longest book I've read so far is Gone with the Wind (it was for school) :). Aside from writing I enjoy singing, eating chocolate, and playing the piano.