My Writing Wishlist | A Novelist’s Bucket List

If the whiteboard in The Hollow is any indication, I have a LOT of ideas for writing new projects. If you haven’t checked out my post on my writing space, one of my favorite features is a magnetic whiteboard measuring about 3×6 feet devoted solely to jotting down my thoughts. Sometimes it might be a […]

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Murder She Wrote | My First Stab At Writing A Murder Mystery Dinner

On November 30, 2019, Thames River Community Service hosted its first-ever Murder Mystery Dinner fundraiser. Thames River Community Service/Thames River Family Program is situated in southeastern Connecticut and is designed to offer assistance for parenting youth (young adults ages 18-24), including working towards stable housing, GED programs, and childcare. Residents of the program have often […]

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Calling All Detectives!

Dear readers, This special midweek post is one of particular interest: an invitation to a night of intrigue and fun. Thames River Community Service/Thames River Family Program will be hosting its first-ever Murder Mystery Dinner on November 30, 2019! Why do I bring this up? This event is based on a storyline created by yours […]

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Five Things I’ve Learned About Writing From Five Nights At Freddy’s

If there is one video game series I am absolutely fascinated by, it’s Five Nights at Freddy’s.  The way the indie point-and-click style horror game blew up into the phenomenon it is, changing the world of YouTube gaming and kicking off a sort of revival of the indie horror genre is something truly remarkable. So few […]

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