The Happiest Real Life Author Who Can Write Like Kirsten Vangsness
Kirsten Vangsness has lived an extraordinary life. She was born and raised in Manchester, England and although she is of the North American (U.S.) part of her family heritage, she believes strongly in maintaining her British roots.
As a child, Kirsten Vangsness would always seek out her mother’s fortune cookie, if given the chance, to tell her what fortunes to look for. When it came to matching her name with some of the more famous people in the world, Kirsten was almost always able to do so.
Although Kirsten Vangsness was born and raised in England, one has to wonder why such a passionate nature would develop in her as she got older. The short answer is that she was left home when her parents separated and although she never looked back, she certainly did her best to live up to the reputation as the “bad kid”. She had many friends and an abundance of character. She also was a very good student, who later went on to earn a Bachelors degree in Social Work.
In the mid to late eighties, Kirsten Vangsness started her own publishing company with two friends. At first they were only looking to make a small profit by publishing short stories and poetry, but with the success of a few novels later on, their books sales increased exponentially. They began to receive invitations to speak on various subjects, both nationally and internationally.
In recent years, Kirsten has earned a very respectable following. Her teaching methods have been reviewed as well as her long-standing plan to offer master classes in various subjects. She has taken time away from her active writing career to go on this journey, also to see how much she can achieve in terms of changing perceptions and inspiring others to give life.
In 2020, Kirsten Vangsness put together what she claims was the biggest road show ever, with her book tour and speaking engagements across the country. She is very active on her Facebook fan page and there are numerous groups and forums being set up all over the United States for fans and supporters.
Kirsten Vangsness was asked by Marc Maron about her thoughts about her own life and her thoughts about her life as a whole and what she thought others could learn from her. She shared her thoughts about her life and her experiences.
“My life is like a kaleidoscope, or a kaleidoscope is like my life, it’s kind of like the difference between reality and fantasy,” she said. “But you know, my goal is that I’d like to one day wake up and not have to hide or be ashamed or feel like I’m living in a fairy tale. And so that’s kind of where I am at the moment.” But it may be a dream which may be quite realistic.