I am a graduate from Lake Superior State University, with a degree in Creative Writing and minor in Sociology. I’ve been writing all my life and like to experiment with both genre and style, making my work both interesting and eclectic. As Treasurer of the English Club at LSSU, I have co-authored a murder mystery dinner fundraiser and have been part of many other endeavors including organizing our annual silent auction. I have also served as a fiction reader for the international literary journal, Border Crossing.
I started this blog not only because many authors have blogs but because I enjoy writing, whether that’s about myself or about the world. It’s a way for me to discuss things that matter to me, share life experiences, and open up a way for readers to find me. As of the writing of this page, I have published a couple pieces in the LSSU student journal, Snowdrifts and I self-published a short ebook called The Body in the Garage in August 2016.
This blog is for others to read and for me to write. I want it to be a place where we can all be honest above anything else, hence the name. And yes, I am a millenial. Born in the early 90s, I am part of that generation and I refuse to be ashamed of it. I know that being part of this generation can be seen as very negative but I will not let that take my generation from me. The generation I was born in is part of my identity and I will be my honest, millenial self and that’s that.