Literary journies

First, I’d like to thank you for visiting this (still sparse) blog. I’m in the transition of moving content from a former website to this one, and it’s been a process to say the least – especially while attempting this during NaNoWriMo. I thank you for your patience as I learn the new features of this web host, and hopefully I won’t make a fool of myself in the process. (Besides if I do, it’s just new content for stories.)

I’m a writer, but I’m much more than that. I spin tales and weave lives of characters to make a beautiful tapestry that never fails to amaze me in the end. Each story – whether it’s one I write or read – is a literary journey, and, regardless of genre, magic happens on the page. Breathing life into characters and watching them come to life is nothing short of magical, and it’s this essence that I try to capture on the page.

This blog is just another continuation of my literary journey. For me, it’s scary to put my inner thoughts and dreams on the page for the world to judge. As a way to become more authentic in my life and in my stories, I’ve created this blog as a place to share those intimate thoughts and my writing process. This is a place for me to share my shortcomings and my successes, to help guide and support but also to learn. Each day I sit down with a pen in my hand or a keyboard underneath my fingers, I feel like I learn more and more about writing and about life. This is where I will share it with you.


This goes against all the “starting a new blog” advice I’ve read, but I’ll admit that I don’t have a specific vision for this blog yet. It’s primarily going to be used as a writer blog, sure, but there’s no definition beyond that. I love to write and read, and I like sharing that love with other people. So pull up a chair and stay awhile. We’re in this together


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