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Connie Cuellar
Eight years old is not too young to discover your destiny. That's when the writing bug bit me. For years during my youth I carried my journals with me everywhere, jotting my thoughts on paper, embracing the now and preserving it for posterity. 
In 2000, I received an opportunity to write a science fiction software review for The Oakland Press. I co-owned Offworld Enterprises, which promoted The Ann Arbor Comicon and was thus considered a science fiction aficionado by some. Apparently, they liked the article. I wrote more articles for them. Once I had a short stack of clips, I headed for my local newspaper and asked to write for them full time. See, I have a motto: "Every 'no' is a badge of courage and every 'yes' is a paycheck." I had nothing to lose. My fearlessness paid off. I wrote for The Saline Reporter Milan News-Leader for several years, freelancing with various other publications, such as The Ann Arbor Observer and Ann Arbor Lifestyles Magazine. I wrote for The Bedford Now, The Monroe Evening News and later went on to freelance for The Journal Register family of newspapers, including The Oakland Press. Today I continue my love for the written word, hosting a Facebook page "Writing on the Wall," and freelancing for various publications. I am also a photographer and enjoy capturing people and nature with my own special style. I guess I'm still thinking about posterity, even after all these years. I am married to my best friend, Chris Cuellar. I have two wonderful adult children, two awesome step-children and two incredible grandkids. I love travel and adventure and hope to check off items from my bucket list for many years to come. 
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