I know that this website has been going on for over a year which is why I thought this was due for a makeover. A lot of things have changed and I feel this website should probably reflect that.


In this home page, I am going to discuss some key elements that I believe you will see throughout the coming months in my blog posts.


It should first be noted that I am a writer, I write short stories, poetry, and novels alike but I will mostly be sharing my short stories and poetry with you. I will reveal some of my hints about my novels but most of that information will be located on my Patreon.


I am a self- published author of two novels on Amazon.

The White Butterfly and The Girl in the Cage. 


I am also a college student, well specifically I am a university student. I graduated high school in the summer of 2018 and began attending Queens University of Charlotte that fall. I am a Creative Writing major with a focus in Fiction and will be double minoring in European History and Philosophy.


It is my hopes that I, one day, write historical fiction and I have always been fascinated with Philosophy and how our lives are effected by this. These elements are often littered throughout my novels and possibly even my poetry and other works.


Alongside these facts, I am an advocate for many things. Feminism, The #MeToo Movement, the #WhyIDidntReport conversation, Suicide Awareness, Equality, and Animal Rights.


I am actually a vegan and you will likely see quite a few posts about that as I am very passionate about it. Though, admittedly I mostly talk about it on my Twitter!


I also write book reviews for various books that I read, the genres ranging with my interests and sometimes just general curiosity due to the hype behind the book. I open for book reviews and you can comment on ANY of my posts if you have such a request.


Additionally, I also talk about my ferret quite a bit. He’s my ESA (Emotional Support Animal) at Queens University and he helps me with my anxiety and PTSD. You may see random things about him and if you have any questions about my experience with an ESA, please feel free to reach out to me!


Finally, but definitely not least important, I wanted to share with you that I am honored that you would stumble upon this site and give my work a read. I am not the most consistent with posting, mostly due to my busy college schedule but it means a lot to me that you would be willing to read my work. I hope to receive your feedback, including criticism.