Frannie Watson Finds Her Voice

“For people like me that have always struggled, maybe there’s a story that’s been burning in their heart for a long time. You just need to sit down and write it, and then ask God to show you who to get help from. Don’t ever push away what God has put in your heart to do. You’ve got to do it. He shows you. Believe him for showing you the right path to go down.”

Author of several books, Frannie Watson was born and raised in Atlanta, GA, where she still resides with her husband, Doug, and dog, Sally.

In this interview, Frannie shares about suspense and mystery, her writing process, and overcoming a potentially debilitating learning disability.

Jim Wall Coaching (JWC): You’ve worked in education, corporations and manufacturing, and you’ve served with a mission group in France. What drew you to writing, and when did you know you had an interest in it?

Frannie: I never really thought about writing because I have a brain disability in language arts.  Continue reading “Frannie Watson Finds Her Voice”