Happy endings have their time and place. But in my opinion, few and far between... It drives me nuts when books and movies turn out exactly how I want and expect. I hate the satisfaction of being right when it comes to someone else’s story. I don’t want everything to work out in the end for the hero. And I don’t want the villain to get a fitting punishment! Where’s the fun in that? Life doesn’t work out that way, so why would a story? If there are no injustices left un-righte
Writing a book may be a solitary process. But in the long-run, connections are needed for publication and promotion far more than I ever would have thought. I have had the pleasure of working with the multi-talented Chris Maher. Actor, model, influencer, and overall charismatic character, Chris was an intimidating first experience for my debut from isolated internal creativity to the highly visible and interactive world of film and media. It would have been easy for me to be
They say to choose your battles wisely, I say to choose them with empathy. With how busy and stressful life is, it's easy to fall into a habit of irritation that stems from focusing on self preservation... it becomes easy to get into an argument that's unnecessary, give up on something even when it means a lot to you, and ignore a problem that you could have helped with. We're all spread so thin from so many things demanding our attention- I get it. But that's why you have to
You want to create beauty, you want to create life, you love fantasy, you love magic, you love realms of whimsical possibilities... me too.
That's why I write, and that's why we read. We escape into these marvelous, beautiful worlds and we have grand adventures and live epic lives. But why do we need to escape? Why do our own lives seem pale in comparison to the worlds in books? Well, for one dragons, for two, unicorns... but I digress! What, truly, is holding us from the f