The 2000s

My Lost Year. I graduated from college in 2009.  While finishing up my degree, I had plenty of free time.  That is how I completed my first novel.

My College Year. During my time in college, August 2007 through December 2009, I wasn’t able to write much.  It’s a side-effect of having to much reading and writing for class.  In time, 2008 will likely hold most of my collegiate writing.  For now, it is quite thin–at least until I go through my old papers.

That Peculiar Year I became Popular.  In 2007, I turned 18, graduated high school, traveled through Europe, and started college.  For now, here are a few poems I wrote during the year.  More will be updated soon.

My Defining High School Year.  In 2006, I was a junior and a senior in high school.

My Year of Learning Social Cues. In 2005, I became close friends with a group of outsiders in high school.  I was a sophomore/junior in 2005.

My Last Year as a Loner. 2004 was the year that focused on poetry but starting working on prose for the first time.  It started off simple and built from there.

My First Year of Writing I starting writing in 2003.  I was 13 going on 14 at the time.  For my 8th grade English class, we were asked to write a poem.  That’s how it started.  I loved it.  My poems quickly became romantic and I never look back.