Where The Thoughts Actually Are

It feels like it’s been a bit since I last came and sat on the wall and chatted with you. Let’s cut right to the chase: I’m going to chat with you about something I spent the entire Summer and Autumn doing. In the realm of writing, I’ve been on some of my highest highs…

via If Walls Could Talk: What Inspires You? — 18thWall Productions

Hello everyone! It’s been awhile since I updated my weekly column over at 18thWall Productions. For my return, I wrote a piece that actually went a bit deeper than I planned when I came up with the idea.

2019 has been a year of extreme ups and downs for me and as I sit here on the eve of the day where we will all reflect on what we’re thankful for, I do have a lot to be thankful for this year.

I’m thankful for the team at 18thWall Productions. They are some of my dearest friends and have been there for me both personally and professionally.

I’m thankful for my friends and family who have been so supportive this year.

I’m thankful to the West Melbourne Florida Barnes and Noble for stocking copies of All The Petty Myths in their store. There’s something about holding something you wforte that’s in a bookstore.

And I’m thankful to everyone who’s reading this and who’s picked up my work and continues to follow what I’m up to. I can tell you that 2020 is going to be a year where I have a lot more going on (especially compared to how quiet it’s been the last couple of years) and I look forward to sharing all of that with you.

But, for now, enjoy the return of my column.

And I wish each and every one of you the happiest of Thanksgiving. My your day be full of friends, family, and of course some amazing food (cooking will start here in a couple of hours for our dinner tomorrow and I’m so pumped).

 

The Return of my 18thWall Column – AND a Thanksgiving Message For You