The thing that I love most about writing is that you can do it in so many different ways. I have never labeled myself as a certain type of writer because I enjoy writing in all forms. And if you glance back over my writing career, you’ll see what I mean. I’ve been a sports journalist, a blogger, a web writer, a columnist, a young adult fiction author, a poet, a copywriter, a feature article writer, and a non-fiction writer. Now, you can add screenwriter to the list.
This groundbreaking anthology is intended to be a collection of personal real-life stories about surviving high school as an LGBT teen and coming out on the other side. We are looking for humorous, heart-warming, wistful, and inspiring stories written by straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals — any age … Continue reading
Sometimes the most important education happens outside of the classroom. Over privileged and overconfident, Queenie McBride thinks she has this whole college thing figured out. But as soon as classes begin at Boston University, she realizes that things aren’t going to be as easy as they were in high school. … Continue reading
As a published author, I often receive questions from family, friends and strangers about the publishing process. My journey into the world of publishing started in 2006 and it was full of many twists and turns. But the experience and knowledge I have gained has been worth every step. I … Continue reading
Josephine Jenkins, better known as JJ, is in her senior year at Sampson Academy. She’s a closet poet, a talented writer suffering from stage fright, and she’s committed the ultimate lesbian faux pas — she’s fallen in love with a straight girl. Kendal McCarthy is uber popular. She’s the campus … Continue reading
Busy Wheeler is a spirited tomboy who’s adopted and best friends with a mentally handicapped boy named Billy. She is suddenly having strange feelings for the new girl at school and fighting an overwhelming sensation that she’s growing up too fast. After getting into trouble too many times at school, … Continue reading