Never Forget

Everyone has things that they will never forget. And I mean never. They become so ingrained they can be conjured from the depths of your brain at any moment. For me, it's mostly music/songs that I listened to so frequently I will never forget the lyrics, no matter how much time passes. For example, I... Continue Reading →

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Reader’s Delight

As a birthday treat to myself, I bought a grab bag from Out of Print. I had previously bought a sweatshirt and some socks from them over Christmas and was super impressed with the quality, so when the grab bags came back in stock I jumped on the opportunity to buy one. And I thought... Continue Reading →

Birthdays

Birthdays... everyone's got one, but how a person feels about their birthday can vary. My birthday was yesterday. As someone who is not 100% comfortable with the idea of getting older - who accepts it as an inevitability, but doesn't look forward to it - turning 27 isn't much cause for celebration. On Saturday, I... Continue Reading →

Sorry for…

...The lack of a real post today. I've currently got potential projects in the air that I'm trying to juggle, and it will take some adjustment to my schedule if all comes into fruition. But, to make up for it, here's a sneaky peek - if all goes well, this bad boy will be getting... Continue Reading →

Friendship Road

Once in a while, a missed turn can create a new adventure. My best friend and I were once driving home from an excursion (probably from our single local book store) and had to take a detour. Afterward, a miscommunication resulted in us missing not only one, but two turns that would keep us on... Continue Reading →

Unexpected

When I was in 6th grade, my classmates and I participated in a program at a place called Exchange City. Basically, we were to apply for jobs, learn how to interview, and, once our positions were secured, we went on a field trip to a makeshift "city" set up where we were told to run... Continue Reading →

Favorite Tropes

Writers are often advised to avoid certain tropes in their writing, but let's face it... some tropes/cliches are unavoidable. And some are irresistible! Tropes and cliches can be bad, don't get me wrong.  They are dreaded and spurned for a reason. They can break a story and turn a reader away from a book or... Continue Reading →

Rena

(Here's a short story I wrote a few years ago and have always been fond of. Hope you enjoy!) Grayson Hightower did not understand what it meant to be happy. He was not a superfluous man. He was a businessman. Forty-five, living in a posh penthouse overlooking the harbor—and he had yet to spot a... Continue Reading →

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