These posts are in order from old to new, top to bottom. I either was inspired by something random, or had a random thought that I had to finish through (or not finish through). These pages are for things mostly unrelated to my other books unless specified, and they are free-standing of most other things I’ve written big or small.
The title is a little bit about the subject, but in a broad or general fashion. Below each linked title is a small blurb about the article so that you can get a feel for which ones would be interesting to you. Read on my fellow essayists.
This article covers a small excerpt from my book Letters to Erin, a romance novel. In it I discuss how similar the book is to one of my past relationships, and what that book actually was for me as the author.
This article is a quick lesson about how anyone and everyone can be some kind of hero. You don’t need to have super-powers, you don’t need to be a cop, you don’t need to risk your life to be a hero; it’s the simple things in life that can gain you the most self-worth and the most love of others.
This is a very brief kind of pun that discusses what should be said at the end of one’s life, or rather, what shouldn’t NEED to be said.
This article discusses how we act in our lives, and how it effects others. With revenge being the general topic of conversation, I try to express my opinion on why revenge is never something that should be sought after because it makes the world a worse place.
This tells how I became a writer, at least in my opinion. It starts with the first books I actually read outside of school, and what I think led up to my need to entertain through written word.
This is basically a eulogy for my adoptive parent’s dog Cloudy. She was my best friend for a long time and I’ll never forget her.