On the Page
I used to write horror stories in 2nd grade about killer monsters and mad scientists. One day my teacher Mrs. Jones and my mom called me in to suggest I write a "sweet story." My next story, "The Boy Who Loved Snow" was the worst story ever written and I didn't write again until my 30s.
Twenty-five years later, I try to use my writing as a way to encourage open conversation about topics that are tough to talk about.
Some of the things I'm most proud of as a writer:
writing every week at Chapelboro.com
getting my first piece published in Breaking Muscle
receiving my first paid assignment by Huffington Post
upcoming book on storytelling, Maximize Your Impact