I’m glad you’ve decided to explore my home page. Whether you want to explore my artwork or my writing, you’ve come to the right place.

If you browse my Art Portfolio, you’ll find Abstract art, illustrations, and mixed media artwork. I love to experiment with my art as well as my writing. If you explore my growing Writing Portfolio, you’ll find poetry, fiction, and articles about personal growth.

I hope you discover something new and maybe even something that you need. I love to create and never want to stop.

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  • The Chaos of Kindness
    The world was chaos, but there were two things they could control: What they forgave and the kindness that they gave. Chaos is disorder, unexpected, and disruptive. They learned that kindness was its own brand of chaos. It shifted the probabilities, revealing the hidden possibilities in their wake. So much of life hinges on tinyContinue reading “The Chaos of Kindness”
  • Unsaid: Book Review
    I hope you enjoy my book review of “Unsaid” by Asmita Rajiv. I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review. Let me know what you thought of my review and what you thought of her book! We all see things differently, which makes it extra special when we’re able to see things similarly.Continue reading “Unsaid: Book Review”
  • Identity
    My identity was as much a mystery as where I was or how I got here. A deep buzzing sounded, vibrating through my bones. Even breathing made me dizzy in the thin air. Small rocks pressed into my back, but otherwise, the ground was somewhat soft, like sand or powder. I tried to sit up,Continue reading “Identity”

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