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"I absolutely LOVED "Songs About Life". Trish's writing style is amazing and I just couldn't put it down. I can't count the number of times I laughed out loud and then in the next paragraph was almost brought to tears. Her writing is very real - no fluff or filler. It was an absolute joy to read and honestly I can't wait to find out what happens to Alex in the next book!
Hurry up Trish! We're all waiting!"
This is the official site of freelance writer and author, Trish Faber (that's me). A site where no idea is ever considered crazy and over-stimulated imaginations are safe. Creativity is about having the courage to not only find your voice but share it with others. It can be frightening - I know. For too long I was afraid, and kept my creativity safely hidden in the closest. Afraid of being laughed at...ridiculed for being a bit zany.
So I tried other means to satisfy my imagination. I coloured my hair. A lot. I re-arranged furniture and painted walls. But nothing seemed to work. I couldn't deny it. I had to write. I was forced to write. And I was liberated.
I enjoy all sorts of writing and don't like to pigeon-hole myself into one particular genre. One day I'll write something adult-oriented, perhaps even a little X-rated, the next day, something for kids. It all depends on the vibe I'm feeling for that particular day.
I've written non-fiction books, fiction books, articles and over forty scripts for short 30 second animation pieces. I enjoy what I do and have to admit it does give me a feeling of accomplishment. Not saying I'm ever going to win a Pulitzer Prize but I can't complain... Life is all about what you make it. If you never take the chance, you'll never know just what you might be able to accomplish!
“Ghost is absolutely fantastic. An unbelievable but sadly true story of betrayal, child abuse and parricide. Fascinating.” (N. Boudreau)
"Before I even read Chapter 1 of "Ghost" I wondered why Rick Watkinson, who sits in a jail cell for the rest of his life,wanted his story to be told. Why would someone who did such a horrific act want the public to know his story and bring attention to it? What would bring a 16 year old Rick, at the time of the murders, to the point where he took the shots that killed two people. Being in the medical field, I believed there had to be a story behind the story. Trish Faber will capture your attention in Chapter 1 of Ghost. It is compelling and written so well. It is real and harsh, yet heart breaking at the same time. Trish invites you to 'feel' or 'not feel' what was running through Rick's head, at time of the tragedy. The writing and intensity will intrigue you. I wanted to know who Ghost was." ( J. Abbot)