Kathryn E. Livingston
When I was four years old I pilfered some tracing paper from my father’s desk so I could sit on the floor and copy the words in my Little Golden Books. I knew then and there that I wanted to grow up to be a writer.
Though I gave up tracing letters, I followed the writing path for many years—writing for newspapers, magazines, blogging, and co-authoring parenting books. Most of my assignments involved writing about the hopes, dreams, and lives of others. I interviewed famous photographers, talked to childcare experts, picked the brains of scientists, psychologists, and other authors. Read more →