Candy Ann is an independent self published author, entrepreneur, former adult entertainer, former model. Born May 29, 1992 in Akron. Ohio, she was the middle sibling of an older brother and younger sister. Her poetry is typically about life, love, affection, drug-abuse, self-harm, animosity, murder, and much more. Sharing her poetry is one thing that Candy loves most. Ann’s poetry is her thoughts, feelings and emotions; along with how she felt growing up. She wants all of her readers to know that they’re not alone when it comes to losing a loved one, wanting to commit suicide (self-harm), doing drugs, and more.
When Candy was in the 6th grade she had a hardback book published with her teachers help. Though, the book was never sold in stores, and to this day; she has the only copy that was ever made. Through-out her childhood of writing poetry, she has received many rewards; such as certificates, and being published in the local newspapers; along with multiple poetry websites for her outstanding work. Candy Ann has set plans to keep writing and to publish another poetry book soon, along with many other genre of books.
What inspires you to write?
Emily Dickinson , and her poetry had inspired me to begin writing my own poetry for the world to read and enjoy.
Tell us about your writing process.
I write my poetry into my hardback journal first before typing it up on the computer for publishing.
Who are your favorite authors?
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I self publish my books. I enjoy how I don't have any deadlines that need to be met in time. I can work at my own pace to get my book finished. Which is very nice and convenient.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I'm currently in the middle of typing up my second poetry book now to be published soon.
What genres do you write?
Poetry, Young Adult
What formats are your books in?
eBook, Print, Audiobook
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