Autobiographic

Synchronicity (or, how I was traded for a bag of McDonald’s food)

I married my high school sweetheart during my second year of college. As you may have guessed it wasn't the wisest decision I’ve ever made, and it was a difficult four years. However, when all was said and done, I wound up back in my hometown of Wilmington, NC, which actually worked in my

Synchronicity (or, how I was traded for a bag of McDonald’s food)2019-07-24T10:27:36-04:00

Judgement (or, payback is hell)

Last Tuesday, after finishing up the radio show with Debra Moffitt, I sat there for a moment, thinking about the monumental shift that had just taken place, the heavy weight of it sinking in.  Adrenaline and nervous energy had been building up for the past 36 hours, as I mentally prepared for the show

Judgement (or, payback is hell)2019-07-24T10:37:38-04:00

My First-Ever Blog Post (or, now you can say you knew me before I was famous ;) )

I have known I was a writer most of my life. I have been writing all of my life – journals, recommendation letters, letters to the editor, research papers, you name it. I sat down to write my first book in middle school. I had no idea what I was doing, and I didn’t

My First-Ever Blog Post (or, now you can say you knew me before I was famous ;) )2019-07-24T10:37:41-04:00