Things Hidden and Things Revealed

Photo by Dima Pechurin on Unsplash One doorTwo sidesThings hiddenThings revealed One side keeps everything locked awayOne side means putting everything out for the world to seeHiding is a double edged sword that’s both familiar and lonelyComfort comes from knowing that no one else can see through the darknessBut the same darkness that feels safe … Continue reading Things Hidden and Things Revealed

Mental Health Minute: On Depression

I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless, and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that. Robin Williams Photo by Nik Shuliahin on Unsplash Hey, hey! Thanks for stopping by. Trying to incorporate some new types of content onto … Continue reading Mental Health Minute: On Depression

Review: The Remaking of Corbin Wale

Cover Image Ratings:Characters: 5/5Setting: 5/5Writing: 5/5Plot and Themes: 5/5Overall: 5/5  Quick & Dirty Review: The Remaking of Corbin Wale is a truly magical M/M Romance. It was engaging from page one, full of ups and downs that kept me glued to the page, with amazing characters that I was mesmerized by.Content Warnings for the Book: Slight mentions of Domestic Violence, PTSDRelease Date: 3/22/2018Publisher: Monster PressPage … Continue reading Review: The Remaking of Corbin Wale

Picking up the Broken Pieces

Today was a great day in history. President Joe Biden and Madame Vice President Kamala Harris, the first woman of color to ever be selected for the position, were inaugurated into their presidential positions. Likewise, Donald Trump's four-year reign of terror, lies, and hatred have come to an end. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash … Continue reading Picking up the Broken Pieces

“But it’s not natural!” – A Very Gay Argument with a Sprinkling of Science

Below is a response to a Facebook comment that I received on a post (posted in the image below) I made about same-sex marriage. I knew going into my response that it was going to be too lengthy to just make a comment out of, because it’s something that I’m passionate about. The bold, italicized … Continue reading “But it’s not natural!” – A Very Gay Argument with a Sprinkling of Science

Nightmare in Forest Park

Photo by Hannah Troupe on Unsplash Author's Note: Tis the season! Decided to start this short story this afternoon. I'm pantsing it (AKA: not plotting it out with an outline). I'd love to hear feedback from anyone that reads it. I am trying to spend a good portion of October planning out an idea for the upcoming NaNoWriMo, … Continue reading Nightmare in Forest Park

September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 30: The Rings

Author's Note: This is a very different direction than I originally envisioned my last post for the September Creative Writing Challenge to go. BUT, this post goes out to my best friend who just got engaged yesterday! I'm so excited to love and support him and his partner on this new chapter of his life … Continue reading September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 30: The Rings