Hi, I’m Casey
Casey is an instructor of Canine Psychology and Obedience, an entrepreneur, and an Amazon best-selling author.
She is the owner of a pet sitting and dog training business. Casey writes in both the nonfiction and fiction worlds with books in dog training and obedience and young adult romance.
Casey is certified in Canine Psychology and Obedience. She has a Bachelor degree in Business Management as well as three Associate degrees in Dairy Science, Agri-business, and Crop Science.
Since middle school, Casey has loved writing and began work on her first book in the seventh grade. Currently, she enjoys writing fiction and helping others with her dog behavior and training books. Her other interests include; reading, training her miniature horse and donkey on the family farm, and spending time with her husband and family.
To find out more about Casey, please visit her website at https://www.clbrownauthor.com/
Fun Facts About the Author
What inspired you to become an author?
My sixth grade English teacher. She used to give us writing prompts daily in class and that made writing fun for me and my friends.
Where did you find your inspiration for the book, The Summer That Dried My Tears?
Listening to music. As I listen to music, images come to mind, and it makes me think of all kinds of things. I find that this helps me get going at writing. It is like my cure for writer’s block.
Who is your favorite author?
Erin Hunter author of the Warriors book series. Close second would be Marissa Meyer of The Lunar Chronicles.
What kind of a farm do you live on?
I live on a hobby farm. However, as I was growing up, it used to be a fully functioning farm with dairy cattle, a horse, dogs, chickens, rabbits, and cats. That started my lifelong passion for animals. I grew up working right along side my family bailing hay, milking cows, and caring for all the animals on the farm.
What was your first pet?
My beloved dog Lassie. She was a Border Collie that I got for my fifth birthday. We spent many hours together roaming the woods or playing kickball.
What is a memory you have from growing up?
One year when my dog Lassie had puppies, I had a lot of picnics at the edge of the corn field with all her puppies, a few cats, and my cow Ivy. I would have a blanket laid out and some snacks for everyone. Ivy would eat the grass, the puppies would play, and I took care of everyone.
What advice would you give other authors?
Follow your passions. Finish what you start. Don’t let anybody tell you that you can’t do something.
What are your future plans?
Building a house on the farm, having children, and writing my next best-seller.
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