In addition to writing about film and television, I have also penned a number of personal nonfiction essays for a variety of online publications. In these essays, I use my personal narrative to tap into compelling and relatable experiences like growing up, building a career, and first loves.
Panic! at the Disco is the band that takes me back to who I was at 16 and 18 - and that's not such a bad thing.
In college, I accidentally said the "l" word to my boyfriend. Here's what happened.
I've wanted to be a writer from a very young age, but once I achieved my dream, impostor syndrome set in. Now I'm tackling that impostor syndrome head-on in an attempt to feel more secure in my dream career.
This is a question I grapple with on a weekly — if not daily — basis. I love television; I’ve loved television for a good chunk of my life. But, despite my best intentions to stick with a television show until the bitter — or wonderful — end, I often don’t.