Sometimes I think that dating in the 21st century is one big cosmic joke, and on Saturday, the joke was on me. My dating life is starting to imitate my art. I’m currently writing my first feature film, which is a romantic comedy. One of the love interests of my main character happens to … Continue reading The time I accidentally went on a date with a Trump supporter
The ugly truth that people fail to realize or understand about depression, is that it doesn't discriminate. Depression doesn't care if you're a man or a woman. It doesn't care about your race or your age. It doesn't care about where you live or how much money you make. And it surely doesn't go away … Continue reading The ugly truth about depression
What would you do to make your dream come true? Better yet, what wouldn't you do? I've been asking myself that question ever since I decided to pursue my writing career full time two years ago. And this week, my journey has taken me on a new adventure. I entered an online contest to … Continue reading Bringing my dream to the big screen!
I'm learning how to use all the things around me to write when inspiration finds me. Earlier this week I got an idea for a short story which I kept brushing off, but the characters kept begging me to tell their story. And since I knew they would soon begin to haunt me in my … Continue reading Strike while the iron is hot
In my old age (not even 30 yet), I’m usually in bed on Friday nights by 10 pm, and last Friday was no different. I was lying in bed, reading through the news feed on facebook when something interesting caught my eye. What was it you ask, good question. It was a post by a … Continue reading Last Friday Night
Everyone has heard and used the phrase, “It’s a small world” at some point and time in their lives. And I feel like the world gets even smaller when it comes to dating, because at some point and time we’ve all run into someone we’ve dated, and their new romantic interest. This can be a … Continue reading Close Encounters of the Unexpected Kind
Jason could hear their voices, but couldn’t make out what they were saying. Their words all sounded like muffled moans and groans he couldn’t escape as he moved through the crowded room. He tried to avoid eye contact with anyone for fear they would stop to tell him how sorry they were for his loss, … Continue reading Hollywood Can Wait