New Short Story Out Now!

Hello! Happy Thursday! I’m happy to announce my short story, ‘With Love, From Waystation 4’ is now available. This publication is meaningful for a few reasons: It’s my first new publication since 2019. It’s also a sweet love story that heavily features one of my favorite arcade games. AND it’s my first publication in a […]

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January Reads

From novellas to novels to the occasional non-fiction book, I chipped away at my ‘TBR’ list in preparation for the host of highly anticipated books that will be published later this year.

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August TBR List

As a kid and teen, I was a fast reader and could knock out lengthy books in a week or two. Now that I’m an adult, I seem to struggle to read even one title in a month. So for now, these lists will feature three or four books. But I hope over time, I’ll be able to stretch them out to five, six or even seven books.

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Every day: Review

At the start of every day I was ambivalent about the romance between A and Rhiannon. After spending one day together, A was convinced they were in love with Rhiannon. It’s called out a few times by Rhiannon, who notes they barely know each other. As the story moves along, I found myself not minding the romance and I liked how it was ultimately resolved.

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Passenger: Review

This was one of the few books being released this year that I was absolutely excited for! It had time travel and pirates. I envisioned it as Doctor Who meets Treasure Island. What more could I ask for? So, I had high hopes for Passenger. In some instances, it met my expectations. I loved (most of) the […]

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MFA: Year 1

The school year is over and I am a year and a half away from earning my MFA in Creative Writing. I can’t believe how quickly time flew! And it’s weird, because I had so many doubts when I decided to apply to different MFA programs. But I can honestly say that this past year […]

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Paper Towns: Review

This book almost, almost made me fall out of love with John Green. It took nearly a month for me to finish reading it, partly because I was busy with the end of the school year. But if I’m honest with myself, I didn’t really care about Quentin, Margo or his friends. Luckily, my views changed […]

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