I was sixteen when my nomadic uncle invited me to visit him and my aunt in Sydney for a few weeks. It was 2003, and the events of 9/11 still loomed in the nation’s minds. But seeing the world surmounts all else in my mind, and I had yet to visit anywhere major, other than Disney World. So I hopped my first commercial flight—solo—to California and on to Australia. Overall, a 20-hour flight. The experience provided a foundational shift into my adult self, as much of my writing (both fiction and non-) reflects. It also created a deep-hearted soft spot … Continue reading
SNAPSHOTCrafter-Of-Words, primarily for the Scifi/Fantasy and Young Adult genres.
Though I'm proud of my Ravenclaw heritage, my unstoppable cravings for adventure got me kicked out of the Jedi Academy... but it's okay: the Dark Side has cookies!
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