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Published Works

Words Set Free.

Freeing words from my mind and letting them loose into the world for others to read is a humbling experience. It makes one feel vulnerable, open to criticism, and possible unwanted opinions yet, incredibly liberating at the same time! They are my words for you to read, and I truly hope they speak to you in some way. I hope you find them interesting, challenging, uplifting, and in places, humorous, and above all, I hope you enjoy them. 

 

Published Works

You can find two of my works in 'Soon, A New Day, from Tribulation to Celebration'. Available on Amazon here published by Quill Keepers Press

Also 5 poems and a memoir in 'Turning Dark into Light, And Other Magic Tricks of the Mind' Available on Amazon here

published by Quill Keepers Press

Soon, A New Day

This anthology is a collection of poetry, short stories, essays and memoirs around the center theme of new beginnings, rebirth and rising Phoenix. Thirty-five artists from across the world came together to share their stories of strength, hope, and light. There is sure to be a poem or short-story that every reader can identify with. It is our hope, that these first-hand accounts will speak to the humanitarian within you. It is our hope, that these first-hand accounts will reach within your heart and touch and light-up your soul. It is our hope, that these first-hand accounts will leave you feeling fortified and strengthened, as if you walked through the fire with the these creative minds themselves. 

'Turning Dark into Light, And Other Magic Tricks of the Mind'

This Anthology is a collaborative effort of writers across the globe who came together for the common cause of mental health advocacy. Within this book you will find poetry, prose poetry, essays, memoirs, and short stories with the common theme of mental health advocacy and awareness. When we asked writers to contribute to this project, we asked for creatives who could share their own story or stories of a loved one. We were particularly interested in pieces that shed some light at the end of the often times very dark tunnel of mental illness. We wanted people to be able to read this anthology and identify with it, not feel alone, and know that while it is okay to not be okay, there is ALWAYS hope. 

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