I started penning stories when I was punished for not taking rhetoric seriously.
That was sometime in the first grade when my mother wasn’t too happy with my grades. Her solution: non-stop essays and reading. She created a nerd.
I hogged my parents business computers throughout my childhood to pen novels, hiding the spicier ones in notebooks crammed under my bed (until, you know, they were found). My parents eventually weaned me off their computers with a hand-me-down laptop and I took off from there.
I created Inky Tavern sometime in college.
Inky Tavern is my way of showcasing my fiction, cataloging my journey to becoming a professional author, and celebrating creativity.
Want to know more about me? I suggest checking out my work:
- Read my poetry.
- Read my flash fiction.
- Check out my works in progress.
- Read some of my most visited blog posts:The Woes of Over Researching,Keep These Things in Mind this Camp NaNoWriMo, What’s Your Opinion: Is YA Fiction Becoming Repetitive, Surreal Fantasy and Elemental Magic with Crystin Goodwin, and Book Review: The Cleaner by Mark Dawson.
- Check out my guest post: Three Things I’ve Learned About Criticism
- Visit my Tumblr! It’s a Tumblr-ish version of my wordpress blog (the one you’re on right now) only that I share posts that only work with its platform.