Is This What Pride Feels Like?

Last night was our last rehearsal for "The Vagina Monologues" before we moved into the theatre. I've been getting told by my friends and family how proud they are of me for pulling this off and putting it together. Most people know how I feel about compliments, and I'll keep the tradition going. This production… Continue reading Is This What Pride Feels Like?

Ghostbusters 2016: My Review

It seems that my thoughts on the latest "Ghostbusters" movie has been waited on with bated breath! I will also say that this is one of the rare times that I have made an effort to see a movie on opening weekend. I did this mainly for the fact that I didn't want to wait… Continue reading Ghostbusters 2016: My Review

When Love Drowns Out Hate

I wrote something different today. Instead of wallowing in sorrow over my lack of a father for Father's Day, I decided to try to make my voice louder in regards to people I love: the LGBT community. While the effects of House Bill 2 don't directly affect me personally at this time, I know people… Continue reading When Love Drowns Out Hate

San Diego & Raleigh: My Home(s) Sweet Home(s)

I'm currently in San Diego, CA right now to give "The Haunting of the Tenth Avenue Theater" a proper launch! Tonight at 7:30pm, I'll be doing a signing at Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore and tomorrow night there will be a launch party at the site where the book takes place. You can still join the party and… Continue reading San Diego & Raleigh: My Home(s) Sweet Home(s)

Reflections on Becoming a Published Author

Today is absolutely surreal. I never in a million years thought that I could become a published author. The whole concept is unbelievable, and I can't tell you how extraordinarily lucky and blessed I am for this opportunity. Llewellyn Worldwide has been an absolute dream to write for, and I'm eternally grateful for this amazing… Continue reading Reflections on Becoming a Published Author

The Performance of Ghost Hunting, Part I

This is a two-part post about my studies into the relationship between performance and the act of ghost hunting. A performance is typically defined as an event where there is someone who is presenting something, and there are a group of people observing. This definition of performance is not limited to only theatres or television… Continue reading The Performance of Ghost Hunting, Part I

Why I Buzzed Part of My Head

A few weeks ago, I did something very daring.  I buzzed about a quarter of my head.  I did this a few weeks ago and I'm finally getting around to posting about it.  The day I got it done, I was being a bit of a tease by saying, "Shaving my head!" Of course, after… Continue reading Why I Buzzed Part of My Head