Publications 23 & 24!

I’m very excited to announce that the 10th volume of The Aviator, Full Sail’s literary magazine, has come out! You can download a copy here! (Please note: it’s an application, so you will need to disable your pop-up blocker) I’m very fortunate to have both a short story (The Blue Schwinn, pg 28) and an…

Publication #23! Dress for Success: The Interview.

I’m pretty excited to announce that I’ve had a second article picked up for publication on Full Sail University’s blog. You can view the full article by clicking here. This article specifically addresses the dos and don’ts of dressing for a job interview for young adults. I’m thrilled for the opportunity to write directly for…

Publications 20, 21, and sort of 22?

Yesterday afternoon my school, Full Sail University, announced the release of it’s ninth volume of The Aviator, a literary e-journal comprised of student work. I had mentioned a few weeks back that The Aviator had accepted a few of my pieces, so I wanted to pass along the information for downloading the newest edition of…

Publication #17!

Today is the day! My piece of flash fiction, “Sticky Fingers,” was published today on Linguistic Erosion! Woohoo! That puts me at seventeen total publications. I promised myself that when I hit twenty publications – no matter how big or small they may be – I will start sending out the query letters for my…

A Photo in The Flowerbed

As I was walking through my neighborhood a few weeks ago, I stumbled across this photo sitting in the flowerbed. There were no houses nearby, just shops and an elementary school, so I had no idea where it had come from. I didn’t pick up the picture, but I stared at it for several minutes,…

Publication #16: Networking Beyond the Classroom

I was very pleased to find out that the school’s Connect site ran the article I submitted to them a few weeks ago on this morning’s blog. Woohoo! That is officially my 16th publication since I’ve started sending out my work in July 2012, so I’m feeling pretty excited for what the future holds in…