Netflix Gems: The Devil All The Time
Spiderman, Edward Cullen, Pennywise, and Dudley Dursley walk onto a film set; sounds like the start of an amusing joke, right? Well, the 2020 Netflix Original, The Devil All the Time, made this mashup of misfit toys into a reality when they cast them alongside other talented actors for the darkest version of Love, Actually… Continue reading Netflix Gems: The Devil All The Time
Why Downsizing to a Tiny Home Might Just Be Your Best Decision Yet
Living simply is a concept easier said than done. So many people want to downgrade their lifestyles in order to demote materials, promote sustainability, and ease financial burdens. The problem is where does one even begin? Insert the solution of moving to a tiny house. It may seem drastic, but making the switch is easier… Continue reading Why Downsizing to a Tiny Home Might Just Be Your Best Decision Yet
Five Reasons Why Microfiber Make-Up Pads Will Be the Switch You Will Never Want to Ditch
Image by Curly Monkey Every night, the average gal brushes her teeth, combs her hair, and removes her makeup. Whether it is a smoky eye or a well-defined contour, she always reaches for her trusty wipes. The soothing ones with an aroma that resembles soft sprigs of lavender. Her mascara is thick and her eyeshadow… Continue reading Five Reasons Why Microfiber Make-Up Pads Will Be the Switch You Will Never Want to Ditch
Flash Fiction Piece: Think Outside of the Prompt
This is a flash fiction piece I wrote at the last Atlanta Writer's Club meeting that I attended. The guest speaker encouraged us to take five minutes and write a paragraph based off of the prompt: How it feels to be widowed at 35. We were then asked if any of us wanted to share.… Continue reading Flash Fiction Piece: Think Outside of the Prompt
Who am I as a Traveler?
Known to family and friends as "the sweetest psycho you'll ever meet," I am an avid dark tourist, meaning I love to take advantage of twisted attractions. Some of my favorite expeditions have been The Museum of Death, Jonestown, the grave site of Edgar Allan Poe, and the abducted children of Disney’s “It’s a Small… Continue reading Who am I as a Traveler?
Who am I as a reader?
Hi y'all! So, obviously reading and writing go hand-in-hand. Kinda like hearing and speaking. My writing would be quite illiterate if I had not indulged in reading many wonderful works throughout my life. And a handful of sublime. Cough, cough Twilight. I have two favorite authors, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Brett Easton Ellis. (It's a… Continue reading Who am I as a reader?
Who am I as a writer?
I pretty much write to keep my head from exploding. I suffer from a severe case of overlapping thoughts; its quite critical. As a writer, I try to embrace versatility while fabricating a specific, unique style. I want to have the ability to put my own personal twist on any subject. I primarily write works… Continue reading Who am I as a writer?