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Six Months Later: We Are Still Orlando

June 12, 2016 is a day I, and so many others, will never forget. I woke up to my phone buzzing non-stop. There had been a mass shooting at a nightclub not far from my home in Orlando. A nightclub frequented by many of my friends. June 12, 2016: The First 24 Hours The morning

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An Open Letter to Donald Trump

In just 7 weeks Donald Trump is going to be the leader of the country. He is supposed to be the one we look to for guidance and comfort when things are at their worst. Instead he is constantly trying to pick a fight with a TV show. Oh yes. A TV show. The leader of

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Don’t Turn My Tragedy Into Your Trend

It’s been over a month since the shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. A shooting that took the lives of 49 people becoming the largest mass shooting in the history of the United States.  That night we lost friends, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters.  It’s a night that has changed many of us forever. Since

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What’s your writing process?

People like to ask what my process is when I’m writing. I don’t have a real answer so I’m gonna babble about everything I did leading up to getting ready to write today: I spent the better part of today getting some chores done around the house and I’m now settling in to my role as

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