Here’s what I’m working on right now:

  • A PRINT BOOK—Books are magic. They carry with them a seemingly unending array of observations, adventures, or factual content that serve one purpose: to enrich the mind. In that spirit, I am embarking on a formal journey that’s been years in the making, with the goal of bringing my first book to life. The book will consist of short pieces of prose—observations through honest and sometimes humorous creative nonfiction—and is slated for publication in early 2018.
  • A 2-OZ. READ—Here are five things I thought were worth sharing last week. Serving as a newsletter of sorts, my “2-oz. read” page is updated every Wednesday so check regularly for fresh knowledge!
  • PERSONAL READING—I typically enjoy reading two books at the same time, one fiction and the other nonfiction. My fiction read is The End of Mr. Y by Scarlett Thomas. It’s a thriller about a curious novel and an even more curious disappearance. My nonfiction read is Do I Make Myself Clear? by Harold Evans and is a manifesto on why writing well matters. But why is reading relevant to my work? Because all good writers read: that type of exposure helps cultivate fresh thinking and personal development.