I write short stories and poetry. I hope you find yourself in between the spaces of my words.
you aren’t that special You aren’t even that smart You made me think you were smart when we first met You spouted out facts from a history lesson so
01:04 - Willow
This is a series that I am collaborating with fellow Vocal writer and friend, Graham Cooke. Please refer to the first three chapters that Graham Cooke has written before you read this and the fifth chapter that I have written. Very excited to present this to you all! We hope you enjoy this series!
01:05 - Red (Willow)
This is a series that I am collaborating with fellow Vocal writer and friend, Graham Cooke. Please refer to the first three chapters that Graham Cooke has written before you read this and the forth chapter that I have written. Very excited to present this to you all! We hope you enjoy this series!
I’m working up the guts to ask him to marry me. I’m so in love with him, I can’t even think straight. He’s so poetic and funny and wonderful and sweet, and someone I never thought I’d be with, but now that I’m with him, he is someone I can’t imagine my life without.
Red, Egg, green, blue, instantaneous/Instagram/instant/into your life/gone/#inaflash
I am An illustration of illusion. I see way beyond your profile and your face and your smile; the hidden weight, the veil of deception and pain behind each picture.
Extra series 2021
Here is the link to the first set of series: This wraps up my series for 2021 if you’re interested in reading my completed or in progress stories, which plays on a great idea (originally from lovely fellow Vocal creator Caitlin McColl)to organize and catalogue your profile’s series to showcase it to your (potential)reader-base. I have below this description a list of series you may be interested in reading and some characters of mine you’d like to get to know. I’m sure they’d like to meet you, too.
The Stories we Tell Ourselves
There was a quiet stirring that woke up Marianne that morning. She went to the bathroom and looked at the lines the old pillow imprinted on her face. She left her make-up on last night, only taking her hair for a quick rinse and scrub before bed as she only washed it once a week. She brushed her teeth and combed her long reddish curls, too frizzy and too heavy, and she sighed. Her eyes looked tired no matter how much sleep she got the night before. She was thirty-eight years old and realized with a heavy heart that this life she was living might be something she will be doing well into her fifties or longer. Marianne, however, had a very good hope.
My Series On Vocal 2021 and onward
Thanks to a wonderful idea by a fellow Vocal creator Caitlin McColl, I have decided to also break down and organize the overflowing library of stories, poems and articles that is my own Vocal profile.