It’s almost silly the shift in my life from a night, to a day, to a week ago. Literally, a week ago, I was planning my next steps, my next location, my next transition. Poof. Gone. In a matter of minutes. Update after update. Numbers after numbers. CORONAVIRUS. SERIOUS. BRACE YOURSELVES. What? As the whispers of … Continue reading Coronavirus: The Escalation.
Instead of going home for Thanksgiving, I spent it on campus, working on projects for the science department. Somehow I managed to plant and nurture just the right relationships with peers and professors alike to become a trusted pupil of the department. Nathaniel and Ana were not thrilled about my campus break stay. Nathaniel: Wooooow … Continue reading BODIES: Chapter 5
Awake with festivities to finish the excruciatingly long month of October was the entire campus and all the blocks in between. I, on the other hand, laid in bed, scrolling news articles online and clicking in and out of sitcoms and documentaries. “Come out with me,” Margo tried for the hundredth time to persuade me … Continue reading BODIES: Chapter 4
One week. That’s all that was left of my youth, and the only thought on my mind as I opened the window of my room to breathe in the fresh morning air was my desire to capitalize on my last week of freedom. The warmth of the sun on my face brought a smile to … Continue reading BODIES: Chapter 1
PROLOGUE. 8 billion. That’s the number of bodies that make up the world. And mine is one of them. And so is his, and hers, and theirs, and ours. The sizes they vary, and from them, personalities spring, some of them pleasant and some of them not. As far as size goes, mine falls into … Continue reading BODIES: Prologue
I'm excited to be releasing my first short story titled, BODIES, in January 2019. I'm sure this will come as a nuisance to most, but I will be releasing the 10 chapter story in increments, partly because it's fun that way, and partly because I'm still in the middle of writing it. Ha. It'll be much … Continue reading Release of short story: Bodies
I wanted this first blog post to be thoughtful and reflective, as my blogging journey took me from AsianAvenue, to Xanga, to Myspace, to Tumblr, to Facebook, to Instagram, to andtheysaid.com, but alas, all I have to say is this, I'm glad to be here... Blogging... Writing... Sharing... Thus begins my journey as The Crazed … Continue reading History