I wrote my first book when I was twelve after a days-long game of lets-pretend-to-be-dragons with my brother and my friends. It was called "Dragons" and it still sitting, handwritten in a binder, on a shelf somewhere. I devoured hundreds of books in middle school and continued to write through my teenage years and into college. I studied English literature, creative writing, and linguistics at Western Washington University.
In college I honed my craft, made a few life-long friends, and fell in love with an ever growing list of audio drama and TTRPG podcasts.
As a consumer and creator of stories I am always most excited about stories with diverse representation, humor, drama, friendship, and surprises. If it has linguistic nerdery, magical systems and trans/non-binary, asexual, and aromantic representation, then I'm guaranteed to be on board. And you can bet my stories are gonna have all of that a more.
Batchelor of Arts from Western Washington University
Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies:
"Stories: Individual and Group Identity through Language."
Ancillary Justice, by Ann Leckie
The Left Hand of Darkness, by Ursula K. Le Guin
Fire Bringer, by David Clement Davies
The Song of the Lioness quartet, by Tamora Pierce
Young Wizards series, by Diane Duane
A Separate Peace, by John Knowles
Friends at the Table
King Falls AM
Rise of the Demigods
The Penumbra Podcast
The Strange Case of Starship Iris