Ruth Hochman is an American writer. Her interest in writing was inspired by a novel she read in grade school, The Good Earth, by Pearl S. Buck. She has been writing letters, poetry, essays and short stories since her childhood. Hochman once entertained the idea of becoming an actress. However, having studied theater, she quickly discovered she was uncomfortable exposing raw emotion publicly. As such, Hochman kept to writing as she feels this medium allows her to explore her inner psyche in an unhampered manner and without inhibition.
Hochman first dreamed of "becoming" a writer in her early twenties. She has been writing prolifically since 1995. Hochman self-published 15 books; 4 remain available for purchase (see Amazon) -- two books of poetry and two children's books. She completed her first novel, "Annie Rose" (1 of 5 international spy stories) in 2013.
Hochman was born in Los Angeles, CA in 1972. She loves the arts, music and history, and nurtures a life-long interest in mysticism, metaphysics and the occult. Hochman has been practicing yoga since 1996. Her aim is to lead a holistic life. Once a Vegan, she is still very health conscious, exercises regularly and eats healthy meals.
Loathe to watch TV, she enjoys seeing an occasional movie at the theatre. Hochman loves reading books about the brain, world history, philosophy, the mind/body/emotion connection, psychological thrillers and historical novels. Hochman also loves seashore walks. Her personal mantra is: "Abide in a realm of gratitude."
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