Missing Socks

Sometimes, I think my lost memories ran off to chill with the socks I’ve left abandoned in messy clothes piles strewn, on the floor of lovers, behind dirty boxers and cobwebs lost socks, earrings, thoughts, off on their own adventure for I’d just borrowed them only for a minute =       Advertisements

The charming, intelligent, older guy your friends warned you about… Meet Derek

  Meet Derek⚡ Originally from Toronto, but he spent the last few years backpacking around the world.  Derek is estranged from his parents, but is occasionally in contact with his sister who is a single parent. He is intellectual and artistic, with an interest in poetry, painting, and social justice. He’s a bit frustrated with … More The charming, intelligent, older guy your friends warned you about… Meet Derek

Travel & Home

Hello & Happy September, I realize it’s been a month since I’ve posted, so I figured it was time for a little update.  I’ve had a busy month. I’ve been struggling with migraines and trying to work on my second novel. I’ve also been distracted with the lovely weather as of late and trying to … More Travel & Home

Alone In Ireland

In September, I went on a 3 week journey and traveled around Ireland and Northern Ireland alone.  If I had to pick a theme for the trip it’d be “your a mighty brave lass.” That was what the young female boarder official said to me at the airport as I ran to make my connecting … More Alone In Ireland

Why Responses to Rape Culture Belong in Fiction

  Why responses to rape culture belong in fiction                 I remember some teachers throwing away fiction, in it’s various types as a waste of time, as nothing more than entertainment. I’m sure you know what conversations I refer to. Fiction however, be it novels, TV shows or movies often engages with toxic discourses, and … More Why Responses to Rape Culture Belong in Fiction