Member Since: March 2017

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Featured on Booksie by KathrynAcacia

The Mystery of the Missing Macarons

Poem / Children Stories

I found this poem buried in my old computer files a couple months ago. Apparently, I wrote it back in 2015, although I have only vague memories of doing so. I have no idea what possessed me… Read More


Book / Fantasy

Alina has never questioned her family's status as Criminals, but when she discovers she has an incredible- and illegal- gift of healing, she decides to fight to change it. Read More


Book / Fantasy

The appeal was only the beginning… Thirteen years ago, Alina Fletcher won an appeal overturning her mother’s Criminal conviction– the first time in twenty-five years that anyone had done so. Now her family lives a quiet life… Read More

Black-Eyed Peas

Poem / Humor

This is my grandmother’s theory on why this year has been such a dumpster fire. (She was personally insulted when she heard we broke with tradition.) This poem is in jest, but seriously, we’ll not be repeating… Read More


Last Updated Feb 10, 2021

Valentine's Day

It's nearly Valentie's Day, which means I have an excuse to show off the love of my life, Sherlock!





Given that it's a new(ish) year, I should probably make some comment about my writing goals and plans, but at the moment, I don't have any beyond "actually write something, at some point", so here's another picture of Sherlock.



Growing up with a gaggle of younger siblings and cousins means babysitting duties fall on your shoulders—a lot. That's why I started writing: telling stories = hours of entertainment for the little monsters—er, I mean darlings. My most popular tale to date is “Spider-Gwen, Miles Morales, and Peter Parker Battle the Haminator,” which follows an army of spider-people trying to keep an evil villain from turning the population of New York City into hamsters. I try to make the things I post on Booksie at least slightly less ridiculous than the stories I tell my small relatives, but I have just as much fun creating them!

When I’m not using stories to distract small children, I enjoy being distracted by them myself. My favorite book series is Suzanne Collins’s The Underland Chronicles, and I also enjoy the works of Agatha Christie, Rachel Howzell Hall, C.L. Polk, and Vivien Chien. My favorite genre is probably mystery, plus I’m a big fan of fantasy and science fiction. But I’ll read pretty much anything so long as it’s well-written, so feel free to drop a read request if you’d like!



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