Hey! Welcome to a bonus interview episode of Dogs are Smarter Than People, the usually quirky podcast that gives writing tips and life tips.
I’m Carrie Jones and with me today is Caitlyn Vanover. Caitlyn is an awesome human out there making a difference in the world, She is in law school in Illinois, class of 2022, and she has an Instagram devoted to books, which is a straight shot to this writer’s heart.
She’s not just a book lover. She’s a first-generation law student.
It was through The WILLOW Project that I knew I was going to: help those who couldn’t help themselves; be a voice for the voiceless; and “help those that have fallen through societies cracks.”Caitlyn
Want to be inspired for good and to do good? Plus, listen to someone cool? Download the episode or just listen and give Caitlyn and The Willow Project some love.
Links Caitlyn mentions:
The Willow Project! http://willowprojectstl.org
Her bookstagram account @life_law_literature
The music we’ve clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License. Here’s a link to that and the artist’s website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It’s “Night Owl” by Broke For Free.
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And click here to learn about the book’s inspiration and what I learned about myself when I was writing it.
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