An American freelance writer who enjoys writing during her freetime and aspiring to make writing more of a career path than a hobby. Tends to write in a varlety of genres, but enjoys writing romance, ghost stories, and occasional horror.
Diary of a Single Woman
October 29, 2021 Dear Diary, I just realized in my last entry I didn’t add a date. How am I supposed to keep track of my thoughts if I don’t add dates? What a ding-dong, right? Well, with halloween coming, I suppose I’ll spin a tale of a halloween romantic adventure. What do you think? Especially since our spook season is still burden with a pandemic.
Diary of a Single Woman
Dear Diary, Welcome to my diary of being single. I know it seems strange to write a full blown diary about living as a single person. I mean, what types of adventures can I possible have? Why would my mundane lifestyle make for entertainment reading? It’s not like I have a boyfriend who annoys me, or I’m married to someone I butt heads with every single day.
Myers’s Return for More
The crisp air of autumn gentle covers the neighborhood as brown leaves rest on the streets. Kids are dressed up for trick or treating on a night when they should remain safely at home in the “not so quiet town” of Haddonfield. Haddonfield is haunted by a dark history and the night of costumed fun is the one night when no one is safe. On this night the maleficent Michael Myers emerges from a flame engulfed house and continues on with his quest: to kill as many people as he can. But for what? Is it to finish off what he started with Laurie, the original character from the first films dating back to 1978 (played by Jamie Lee Curtis, yes even today)? To finally put an end to her? Or is there a deeper reason for his slashing spree? In Halloween Kills, we find out the motive behind Michael and learn more about the evolving history of the Halloween film saga.
Dave Chappelle vs. LGBTQ
Comedians have been using marginalized races and gender as a punchline since the beginning of comedy. For example, earlier works of comedy featured blackface to poke fun at African Americans and comedic males would often cross-dress to mock women. Even today we have drag stars that have become gender impersonators for entertainment. Because this seems to have become the norm of modern comedy, the question is: when does comedy no longer become comedy? More importantly, when do we stop mocking a marginalized group for a quick laugh?
Vicious Venom returns to the silver screen in his second installment, bringing with him Carnage. For any spider-verse fan, this film is sure not to disappoint with a plot that complements the first film as well as action and comedy every moviegoer expects to find in a Marvel film.
Happy Trans-versary to Me
Happy Trans-versary to me. It has been official 2 years since I began my transition into my authentic true self. It has been a very interesting 2 years so far and there is so much I have learned: both positive and negative. Where to even begin?
Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen (a.k.a readers), I have recently watched your film and I have to admit, it definitely was not what I had been expecting. I had not read the synopsis because your title didn’t even intrigue me. Since I am an avid movie goer and I had already watched the films that are currently out in the theaters, I decided to give your film a go after watching the trailer. .
Road to Myself
Everyone has their defining moments to coming of age. While most would suggest falling in love for the first time, or even that first kiss, for me it would have to be standing up to my mother and taking the reins and the direction of my own life.