My name is Lisa Cozza.
The Write Journey is what is known as a blog. It is where I write about marriage, friendships, raising children, getting that dog, family, bad drivers, bad family drivers, my love of coffee, chocolate, and almost anything served in a martini glass. It's the one area in my life I have complete control, and sometimes I rebel by not writing anything for weeks at a time - because I can.
I've been married for more than twenty years to a completely charming
workaholic named Scott. We live in Washington State, approximately three hundred miles east of Seattle.
I am co-owner of an HVAC company, where I get to call myself the
Vice President of something, puff out my chest, and pretend to be
important for a few hours each day.
I have business cards and everything!
When I'm not working, doing laundry, walking that dog, or chauffeuring children from one event to another, I am writing a novel. I am researching (my GAWD, the research!) and I am writing.
One day I will publish my novel, and you can say "Hey, I know her!
I read her on-line drivel."
It was a lot of fun, and I learned a whole lot during the entire process. Mostly, of what not to do.
I started this website in 2009 as a blog about grandparents raising
grandchildren, because I was one. I still am. And I imagine, until my
grandchildren go off to college, that will not change. I decided awhile
back to switch the direction of this site, and although I still write about
raising my grandchildren, I write about a few other things here as well.
"On plenty of days the writer can write three or four pages,
and on plenty of other days he concludes he must throw them
away." ~ Annie Dillard
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