I didn’t know I’d be a writer when I grew up, but I knew I’d never give up writing. [Story time]

I wasn’t the best English student in high school. I simply wasn’t. I was more interested in theatre and making up my own stories in my head. I wasn’t part of journalism, and it honestly didn’t interest me. I was a weird kid, and I’m still pretty weird today. I was the kid who turned […]

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5 Rambling Writer’s Thoughts

It’s seriously 2 AM and I’m just getting around to writing this. This is what happens when I have zero concentration during the daytime… Below are five mini-epiphanies¬†that I stumbled upon during my past week of writing. Sometimes I have these same thoughts multiple times during the week, or I’ll have these same thoughts multiple […]

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Returning home for that spark

Sometimes it takes returning to where things started. When it comes to medical issues with my family it tends to always get worse before it gets better, so I find myself home for the foreseeable¬†future. Although I wish it could be under better circumstances I find that words are coming to me in a way […]

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Flash fiction #1: Windchimes

Wind chimes are meant to be joyful. They always come in bright colors, mimic leaves or butterflies, and tinkle lightly in the breeze. I love them for another reason. When I hear them I imagine that I can already smell the gathering storm on the horizon. I look for it. Yearn for it. The chime […]

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