To see what I’m currently working on see Current Projects.

I’ve has been writing since I was eleven, and writing has always been a great passion of mine. It helped me make sense of my life, and it also helped me through tough times. I’ve traveled a lot as a kid but I’m originally from Seattle, Washington. As I grew up I played with all different types of mediums such as script-writing, poetry, journalism, short stories, and much more.  I found a niche in writing fantasy novels and blogging. My favorite fantasies to write involve other humanoid species living in a contemporary world.

My parents were supportive of my writing. They would always give me great criticism, and make sure I had every opportunity possible. I also had the support of my friends.  They gave me the courage to show them my work and eventually publish it. The first book I published was Drag Me to Hell (not related to the 2009 movie of same name). It is available at Authorhouse, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

I am in my twenties, and I earned my Fine Arts  Degree in Creative Writing for Entertainment from Full Sail University. I love reading, playing video games, hanging out with my family and friends, and drawing. I enjoy fleshing out my written worlds of Head Hunters and adding more to my characters as time goes on. A couple more recent hobbies of mine is talking on the phone with other writers and keeping our ideas, support, and more flowing and posting things as characters on Facebook.

I have volunteered in a library and data input at nonprofit organization called the Compassion Network. I have published two books so far. I’ve also reviewed young adult novels on Hidden Gems Romance website. I’ve worked a long blog entry about my treasured memories of important people in my life. I’m working on writing four books, and writing three short stories. I have been writing a couple guest blogs and been working on writing game scripts with StrideStar Studios.

 

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