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Note: In this discussion about gender and gender inequality, I only refer to men and women. Those are not the only two options, gender and gender expression are not binary, but this was the most succinct way of making my point. Please, reach out if you feel I could do better.

If you don't already know, my first novel, THE B-SIDE, is here (check out the links by pressing the "Books" tab). With the first copies already floating around, my beta reader suggested I publish some responses to questions regarding the book and the publishing process. We collected YOUR questions, on top of hers, and sat down to talk about all...

Typically, at the end of every year I make a lengthy post about my personal highs and lows of the last twelve months. (Let's be real: Take a look at my Instagram and you'll still find one.) That being said, I have no grievances with 2019. That's not to say it was perfect; it wasn't. I lost as much as...

With My Chemical Romance reuniting to play their first show together since 2012 at the end of this week, it was an inevitability that I would choose something from their discography to recommend this month. I'm sorry but I don't make the rules. They own December 20 now, just as much as March 22.

Since the original post I made about publishing my first novel, I have been met with nothing but kindness, support, and surprisingly enough, curiosity. Tons of people have approached me about the publishing process, many of them having work of their own they'd like to share. When this blog was created six months ago, it's primary purpose was to...

The time has finally come, youngbloods (or is it fobbies?). I've had this one planned out for a while now but when "What a Catch, Donnie" came up on my shuffle rotation the other day, completely knocking me off my feet, I knew it was finally time to talk about my favorite Fall Out Boy album, Folie à Deux....

If you've even remotely been paying attention this far, you probably know I started a novel a little over a year ago. I spent my summer looking for representation, trying to decide how to move forward with this project, and ultimately, I've decided to self-publish.

One simple little statement, originally posted way back in 2010 and again last Thursday, has changed the state of the scene forever. See, the crazy thing is: My Chemical Romance is back.