Some weeks back I asked my five year old if he would be willing to get a radioactive spider bite if it meant getting spider-man’s powers. He stared at me for quite some time, then asked, “would it hurt?” I smirked, and replied, “Yes. It would hurt pretty bad, but only for a little bit.Continue reading “Lessons From Innocence”
Do you remember the old children’s game, chutes and ladders? It’s a simple game, really. You flick a spinner and land on a number, move your little cardboard cutout that number of spaces, and see where you land. Most spots are neutral, and you simply wait there for your next turn. Other spaces are theContinue reading “Chutes and Ladders”
Every story is birthed by the life of its author. In this blog post, I will be sharing some of the life behind my debut novel, The Death of a Songbird. I grew up in a loving home, surrounded by parents and siblings that were involved in my life, and truly cared about me andContinue reading “The Birth of a Songbird”
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