Writing is an art…a science…an endeavor to be true to who I really am. Every time I sit down to write, I feel like I’m being introduced to a part of myself I didn’t know before. Every word, thought, and idea is a defining trait of this new fragment of myself. Often, I’m tempted to tamper with the truth, or inhibit overpowering opinions. The world has taught me to reign in controversial notions and contradictory beliefs. But I fight, against what I’ve been taught, and at times, against all common sense, to find a moment in which expression is paramount. I hold on to that moment, and carry it into every nuance of my writing………





It sounds like a cliché to say that I’ve always had a love for writing. But in this moment, I find it’s simply the truth. I’ve spent years trying to figure out what makes something worth reading. Ultimately, I’ve concluded that the truth is more valuable than we realize.  Sometimes you have to forget about what makes something readable or what people want to hear. Sometimes you have to put pen to paper or fingers to your keyboard and just start talking. Say what you would say if there really were no consequences, or better yet, say what you would, if there were! This contradictory logic is what drives me to write.

~There are two sides to every story; but there’s a perspective no one’s even heard yet. That’s the perspective I hope to deliver – In its truest form.~


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