Welcome to my Writing Portfolio!
I’m still building my Writing Portfolio but check back often for my latest articles, poems, and fiction.
Check out my recent Medium articles!
Don’t listen to the voice that says you’re not enough, that you’re the imposter. You aren’t the imposter.
Read more on Medium.
It’s finally 2021, and it feels like we have a fresh start. But what if we could start a New Year everyday? There might be a way. Click to read now!
You can now read my latests stories, published on Spillwords Press.
Enjoy my latest Vocal articles, fiction, and poetry!
If you could make anything happen, what would you write onto the void?
Read this short story on Vocal!
Things might seem heavy, but even the smallest sparks in the darkness can save us.
Read more on Vocal!
If you want to expand your self-care tools, you might enjoy this article. These are some of my favorite self-care routines.
You can now read my Reedsy Prompts Short Stories.
“I woke as some people fall asleep, drowsily, and then completely. My mother said that’s how it would be my first time. I had dreamed of flying and falling all night. I wondered if that was what it would feel like, all at once exhilarating and terrifying.”
“There is something about the snow here. It may come down softly at first, but it can transform into a full blizzard in little time at all. The last time I’d checked, the snow had been a speck on the horizon. Now the snowflakes looked closer to golf balls.”
You can now read my Booksie poetry contest entry.
“As I watched the moth flutter around, it occurred to me that maybe something was trying to save me too. All the things that felt like flying into darkness or giving up something precious were only the ways of escape.” – J.M. Elam
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”
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”
*”Snowdrifts and Echoes” was written in response to a Reedsy.com prompt: “Write about two people going sledding for the first time in many years.” Authors note: As a writing exercise, I tried incorporating all five Reedsy Prompts for the week. My other inspiration was memories. Sometimes they are like echoes, and other times they buildContinue reading “Snowdrifts and Echoes”