Writing the Impossible
My love of stories began at an early age with “The Hardy Boys” books, “Animorphs”, “Fahrenheit 451”, and more. As I grew up I never lost that childlike wonder for well-written stories that touched my heart and taught me how to navigate life. Sci-fi took me to alternate worlds to explore universal truths and I saw a reflection of myself in YA books. It was magic.
In my teenage years, graphic novels really spoke to me and I began to appreciate the combination of art and writing to create a whole new experience. I wanted to tell stories about characters overcoming great odds in so many different ways: novels, graphic novels, television, and movies, all while advocating representation to show that nothing is beyond the realm of possibility.