Jan Morrill’s debut novel, The Red Kimono, (University of Arkansas Press, 2013) was selected Historical Novel Society’s Editor’s Choice and an Arkansas Gem by the Arkansas State Library. Other books include Life: Haiku by Haiku and Creative Characterization. Her award-winning stories have been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul and other anthologies. While working on her sequel, Jan enjoys speaking and giving workshops. (www.janmorrill.com.)
Q: How did you learn about LTYM?
A: I was in the cast last year. Originally found information on Facebook.
Q: Reaction to getting cast in the show this year?
A: I was thrilled to learn I’d be a member of the cast of the final LTYM!
Q: What are three words that describe you>
A: Work in progress…
Q: What does motherhood mean to you?
A: Motherhood is finding the very fine line between holding on and letting go.
Q: What is the craziest thing you remember saying to your children?
A: “A little bird came and told me.” (My mom used it on me and I used it on my kids.)
Q: What do you wish most for your children?
A: Every night, I pray that my kids will be safe and happy. That’s all, because that about covers it all. Except now, I pray that for my grandkids, too.
Don’t miss this year’s Listen To Your Mother OKC show! We’ll be at the OKC Zoo Education Center Auditorum on Sunday, April 30 at 3pm sharing stories of motherhood once again. Tickets are on sale now!by