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Welcome fellow humans (and non-humans),

You’re here because you enjoy sci-fi, writing, and anime as much as this chick does. If so, you’re going to need to join the madness. Once you join, you’ll receive weekly updates on the latest and greatest.

Now that we’ve got the basics covered, I’m going to skip the lame parts about me and head straight to the good stuff:

Who do you think you are?

This is so deep and personal, but here I go…

I’m trying to become a somebody. As an ambitious, twenty-something, I spend most of my time wandering. And by wandering, I mean staring out the window at the day job waiting for 5 pm. My real job involves writing, editing my work, and reading.

When I’m not putting my ideas down on paper to scowl at them for a few hours, I write here, on my blog, and try to create something worth reading and sharing with your peeps.

What on Earth are you doing? 

I ask this question every day. Some days I’m a writer. Other days I’m just done. But, overall, I keep on trudging along, attempting to leave something behind something meaningful.

I know what it takes to be a writer. Years of trial and failure has brought me to this point. Though, sometimes, I want to watch anime all day while eating Ben & Jerry’s Half-Baked Fudge & Cookie Dough ice cream. However, I think being a writer will do for now.

So, what are you working on? 

I’m always working on something. Many projects will be coming down the pipeline, and this blog will be the best place to find updates. I do have an unpublished sci-fi novel in the works. I believe minds will be blown and hearts imploded once it’s completed and published.

What’s a fun day for you?

Writing. Reading. Sleeping. And, then walking on the beach. I do live in Florida after all. It’s what we do. I still hate the heat. Yet, I love the beaches.

Do you have any tips for writers? 

Quit quitting. It gets old, quick. I’ve put my writing on hiatus in the past, at least once a year. Usually, fear, doubt, and lack of sleep keep me from doing the work.

Anyway, just keep going, create all the literary scat you can (just edit it afterward). Because, art is meant to be shared, not hoarded. Don’t be a dung beetle.

Any advice for non-writers who knows a writer? 

Don’t judge writers. They aren’t avoiding you, or your social events. They just have work to do. And, they want you to love them, just as much as they care about you. Because, what are writers without readers (and critics, and energy drinks, and love…).



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