Author of the award winning series Lets Talk! and podcast host of No Limits with lisa jacovsky
The Rascal Cat Brothers
Rascal Cat Brothers By lisa jacovsky Rascal Cat Brothers Part 1 Hi, my name is Midnight, and this is the story of how I went from a happy, only child, to somehow being given this guy, my baby brother named Snowball.
Finding my voice
We all evolve as we learn and grow over the years and for me it is something I welcome. I am at a point in my life where I am really finding myself again. I am rediscovering what makes me happy and that is writing and using my writing for something positive.
Rascal Cat Brothers
Hi, my name is Midnight, and this is the story of how I went from a happy, only child, to somehow being given this guy, my baby brother named Snowball.
This Ride Called Being a Published Author.
Wanting to be an author I have wanted to write a book since I was seven years old. I used to write short stories and dream about what it would be like to publish them. I am also an avid reader; I love losing myself in a good book. I always wondered if that is something that I could do one day.
Not everything can be easy. I have told myself that quite often now during my dissertation process. It does not help though.
Life of an independent author
A process It has been a process to learn about being an author since I published my first book in July 2020. It has been at times a great and fun process. Then there are times I feel like I am playing catch up to other authors.
Adapting in changing times
Working in the field I do; it is important for techniques to be a specific way. Being able to provide one to therapy to children so young was working very well. I was able to train parents and model for them how to apply the techniques. The clients I had were making great improvements. I finally had found my favorite place to be in my field. Then the pandemic hit, and everything had to change.
My first place.
A need for independence After breaking up with my last boyfriend I had this need to do something. I was not sure if it was something big or just something that was for me alone since I put so much effort into him. I finally realized I could move out on my own. This was a little daunting since I knew I would need to live alone but exhilarating at the same time. I would, for the first time in my life, be living alone. Being in my late twenties, about to enter my thirties, it felt like this was just the perfect time. Without thinking too much about it, I found my current place and moved out within in a month. It felt amazing to be on my own finally, but I did not realize how much work it would be or the feeling of loneliness that would come with it.